Ash derided women’s liberation as “that foolishness” – but her success story is very feminist.
This book succeeds well in describing and criticising, through many examples, how whiteness works.
Moore did not unearth any treasures in his research of Mugabe’s legacy. He has not even drawn a map that might lead us to them.
The problem of gender-based violence and femicide in South Africa is structural and fuelled by inequalities that transect race, class, gender, sexuality and age.
At the heart of the issue for school children, parents, caregivers and teachers is to confront from a very young age the question of sex, sexuality and gender.
Prince Andrew has been described as the “black sheep” of the royal family, but his alleged behaviour is part of the monarchy’s long history of dismissing women.
Because of its extreme violence, the Hathras rape sent shock waves throughout India: it is a disturbing reminder of the normalization of rape culture there and should be seen as a call to action.
Increased pressure on women academics caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is magnifying the fractured landscape of gender parity in academia.
The study confirms that collecting water for daily use weighs more heavily on women, making life more difficult for especially older women.
Phones sometimes serve as a ‘digital leash’ to check women’s whereabouts - a growing feature of many relationships and conflicts.
In urban Namibia, performance poetry provides a safe space for women to share their experiences and challenge traditional ideas.
Nutrition policies offer the chance for us to think differently about men and women’s roles in society.
Underlying direct or personal violence is structural violence that is entrenched in unequal power relations in society.
Bishop Purity Malinga is the first woman to be appointed Presiding Bishop in the Methodist Church of Southern African in over 200 years.
The South African child support grant is progressive in its gender-neutrality, yet men make up only 2% of those who collect it.
While not all men are willing to become involved in women and children’s health, some situations force them take on ‘women’s work’.
Close to 4 million teenage girls are subjected to breast ironing worldwide. This harmful cultural practice, which is most prevalent in West and Central Africa, needs to stop.
The French writer’s work and life make perfect cinematic subjects.
Rwandan girls with disabilities are challenging domination and stereotypes in a male-dominated setting.
Activists often face intransigent regimes and ruthless warlords. But women can use traditional insights into femininity and motherhood for political mobilisation and resistance.