1. India has its own gender-based issues apart from moral policing: Indian activist

    By: Shefali Ranawat Women’s rights advocate Narges Mohammadi won the Nobel Peace Prize who has campaigned for three decades for women rights and against death penalty in Iran. According to the information, the award committee said the prize honored those behind recent unprecedente
  2. World Cup kiss scandal hasn’t damaged Spanish brand, prime minister says

    By By Chris Liakos, Duarte Mendonca and Heather Chen, CNN Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has praised the country’s women’s soccer team – and Spanish society itself – for taking a critical stance against Luis Rubiales for his unwanted kiss of World Cup winner Jennifer Hermoso
  3. South Africa: Boys and Men Key in Fighting GBVF

    By SAnews.gov.za [SAnews.gov.za] South Africa's men and boys are a crucial part of combatting the scourge of violence against women and girls. President Cyril Ramaphosa said this in his address at the Presidential Young Men and Boys Indaba on Tuesday. "As young men, you may be tired
  4. South Africa: The Power of Needlework - How Embroidery Is Helping South African Women Tell Unspeakable Stories

    By Puleng Segalo / The Conversation Africa [The Conversation Africa] In June 2020, three months after South Africa entered the first of a series of hard lockdowns to slow the spread of COVID, the country's president Cyril Ramaphosa described men's violence against women as a " seco
  5. Africa: FGM Responsible for Increased Deaths in Some African Countries - Report

    By Nike Adebowale-Tambe / Premium Times [Premium Times] The study shows that FGM remains legal in five of the 28 countries where it is most practised. A new study has shown that Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a leading cause of death in the countries where it is practised, with