Six months after the murder of Turkish student Ms. Pinar Gültekin, what can we learn from the Black and White social media campaign against femicide?
And now that Turkey has withdrawn from the Istanbul Convention, what is the remaining legal framework that requires the government to prevent violence against women?
Have a look at our latest article where Ms. Bhuniya and Mr. Majumder discuss these questions as well as the importance of feminist movement building moving forward.
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The impact of full-face bans on Muslim women’s rights
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Democracy won, but it remains to be seen how the new government will work
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A discussion of the development of sub-national institutions and their relationship with other actors
A reflection on alternative food systems jointly devised by the State and civil society
Exploring the active and participative role of working children as social, political and economic subjects
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The roots of the Colombian conflict and how the Peace Agreement addresses them
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The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities sets a new paradigm based on autonomy and equality
Three challenges to the exclusive focus on women and girls as victims of conflict-related sexual violence
The trajectory of the protection of LGBT rights in Europe discloses the potential of deploying human rights law to achieve real and meaningful equality for all
The transformative capacity of conflict-sensitive education in the words of Colombian teachers, students and educationalists
A look at the Tunisian uprising through the lens of Arendt’s political thought