Violence against women is a daily occurrence that affects women all over the world, coming from all social and economic backgrounds. It is a social problem, not a women’s problem and we have to combat it together as a society. To celebrate this important day, Rights! has chosen to offer you a selection of articles…
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And now that Turkey has withdrawn from the Istanbul Convention, what is the remaining legal framework that requires the government to prevent violence against women?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.
In our latest Deeper Read article for Rights!, Ukri Soirila and Luca Bonadiman advocate for the human rights movement to go beyond mere resistance and raise the stakes of the bargain, in the face of multiple crises.
On challenges and opportunities to achieve full and equal access to and participation in science for women