FILM REVIEW: Private Revolutions – Young, Female, Egyptian

FILM REVIEW: Private Revolutions – Young, Female, Egyptian

Mersiha Gadzo – Middle East Eye – Tuesday, 02 September 2014 (originally published 27 Aug) Austrian filmmaker Alexandra Schneider watched Egypt’s revolution unravel on TV where male journalists reported live from Tahrir Square, interviewed male leaders and male commentators analyzed the situation. But where were Egypt’s women in this watershed? During the Arab Spring, Schneider […]

International Women's Day Special: her side of the story

International Women's Day Special: her side of the story

Parul Khannaa – Hindustan Times – Tuesday, 04 Mar 2014 (originally published 01 Mar) A few days before International Women’s Day, four modern Indian women talk about what it means to be a woman in the country today – and whether all the confusion about changing gender roles is actually an opportunity, writes Parul Khanna. […]

[US] Migrant Women Bring Voices to Capital

[US] Migrant Women Bring Voices to Capital

Michelle Chen – Huffington Post – Monday, 21 October 2013 (originally published 14 Oct) Adareli Ponce is a typical working woman in America, but her work experience is not typically “American.” Even though the products of the labor of women like her are everywhere, her story is invisible to many. As the main provider for her […]