All Articles about Gender
Information and Communications Technologies for Development: The Case of Women in Colombia
The Response to Syrian Refugee Women’s Health Needs in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan
Since 2011, there have been an estimated three million Syrian refugees to neighboring countries. In times of conflict, women’s health disproportionately suffers, and Syrian women are no different.
Through Our Eyes: A Black Girl's Perspective
Through Our Eyes is a devised show that imagines a day in the life of the Leesburg Girls through the lens of the 2018 viBeSolos girls.
BME Student Empowerment Workshops
Empowerment workshops for Black and PoC students at SOAS to tackle issues arising from structural racism on the SOAS University London Campus.
Gender and Identity
Senior Fellow Gerlinde Theunissen led a discussion and film screenings on the topic "Gender and Identity" in order to think about and raise awareness of gender inequality in Germany.
Intersectionality it: the Movement to end Gender Based Violence
Senior Fellow Cameron Kinker worked with students on campuses across the United States to implement awareness-raising campaigns on the intersectionality of gender-based violence.
Sex Workers and Trade Unions: What the U.S. Can Learn from Europe
Senior Fellow Audrey Winn delivered an advocacy presentation to labor unions on integrating sex laborers in the Eastern United States after her fellowship in Amsterdam.
Updating Boston College Law School's Non-discrimination Policy
Seeking to create a space of legal protection for all genders, Senior Fellow Sean Patrick McGinley petitioned Boston College Law School to implement a gender-inclusive non-discrimination policy.
Children's Rights Education Project #CREP
The CREP tackled Children’s Rights Education (CRE) as an integral part of the Human Rights Education (HRE) curriculum with the view to provide improved child-centered protective and inclusive mechanisms for all children.