Tag: Gender-Based Violence

Whedon, Fandom, and Cancel Culture

Alissa Whitmore , May 19th, 2021


By Alissa Whitmore “A guy who goes around saying ‘I’m a feminist’ usually has an agenda that is not feminist. A guy who behaves like one, who actually…


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Feminise the pandemic: Covid-19 and gender inequality in South Africa

Kgomotso Ramushu , June 25th, 2020


Like all countries around the world, South Africa is now dealing with the uncertainty of navigating in uncharted waters, as it moves from full lockdown to a gradual…


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Conferentie in Marokko over Feminisme, radicalisering en extremisme

standplaatswereld , June 1st, 2017


Paintings: Khadija MADANI ALAOUI, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez Door Edien Bartels en Lenie Brouwer Feminisme, radicalisering en extremisme zijn grote woorden. Hoe breng je die bijeen…


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On front-lines and ethnography

Proshant Chakraborty , April 5th, 2016


My previous post was about how ethnography, for me, is a way of being grounded in particular contexts, of getting one’s feet muddied with the nuances and contradictions…


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Seeking Refuge from Gender-Based Violence

M. Gabriela Torres , February 26th, 2016


In late 2015, the United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR) warned of an impending refugee flow from Central America in large part because of the threat of…


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