“Atrocity is not something that can be ignored,” Stopping gender-based violence in war

“Atrocity is not something that can be ignored,” Stopping gender-based violence in war

WNN Features (WNN) Denver, Colorado, UNITED STATES, AMERICAS: As WNN – Women News Network works with the Nobel Women’s Initiative to introduce an amazing group of global women rights defenders, following the  16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Campaign, WNN asked each of the heroines the same vital question: As we get close to […]

Women at war: The female British artists who were written out of history

Women at war: The female British artists who were written out of history

Arifa Akbar – The Independent – Tuesday, 12 April, 2011 (originally published 8 April) Images of war, rendered on canvas, have traditionally been presented to us in the most morbid forms: John Singer Sargent’s chilling trench portrait of blinded troops in Gassed, Picasso’s orgy of civil-war violence in Guernica, bloodied battlefields and frontlines from which […]