Swathi Nelabhatla, Prominent Women’s Employment Technologist and Founder of SheJobs, Zoom Interviewed for DotCom Magazine The Game Changers edition of DotCom magazine DotCom Magazine’s Exclusive Entrepreneur Spotlight Series The PR issue of DotCom magazine The Power of Zoom Interview Issue Swathi Nelabhatla, Chief Women’s Employment Technologist and Founder of SheJobs,Read More →

Mahesh Sharma MandiAhmedgarh/Raikot/ Khana, January 28 The women, who are family members and close friends of various candidates, have begun reaching out to voters in localities under their respective segments of the Assembly. While Kuldeep Kaur Boparai, mother of Raikot Congress candidate Kamil Amar Singh, reaches out to rural women,Read More →

THE UNITED NATIONS: The Taliban must uphold the basic human rights of women and children, the UN chief said Wednesday (Thursday in Manila), urging the international community to release frozen Afghan aid to stop families selling their babies for to buy food. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres also warned that “Afghanistan isRead More →

On January 24, a judicial committee nominated 55-year-old Ayesha Malik to Pakistan’s Supreme Court by a narrow majority. National and international activists celebrated Malik’s appointment to Pakistan’s Supreme Court as a milestone towards women’s rights in the country. Women judges make up only 4% of Pakistan’s high courts, BBC reporting.Read More →

Afghan women’s rights activists on Tuesday submitted demands to Taliban delegates visiting Norway and called for the release of two activists who disappeared last week. They submitted a document including the Afghan women’s demands to the Taliban delegation and representatives of countries attending the meeting on the second day ofRead More →

New Delhi: Afghan women’s rights activists submitted a document to the Taliban delegation visiting Norway demanding their rights. Hoda Khamosh, one of the women’s rights representatives at the meeting, called for the release of two activists who disappeared last week, Tolo News reported. Another Afghan activist, Mahbouba Seraj, who attendedRead More →

The Taliban’s response to the apparent enforced disappearance of Tamana Paryani, Parwana Ibrahimkhel and other women activists in Afghanistan has laid bare their intent to eradicate critical women’s voices through the unlawful use of force. Taliban leaders have denied arresting the women, raising concerns about their safety and quick release.Read More →

Afghan women’s rights representatives at a meeting with the Islamic Emirate’s delegation on Sunday in Oslo called for the reopening of girls’ schools and the inclusion of women in government. The closed-door meeting brought together six women’s rights advocates, seven politicians and a senior journalist along with the 15-member delegationRead More →

Last updated at 22:44:16 UTC Wednesday, January 25, 2022 UK – Gwent, Wales. A woman with reduced mobility has reportedly been arrested for hate-motivated vandalism and public order offenses after allegedly displaying women’s rights stickers in public places. A gender-sensitive group suggests the arrest is an example of ‘double-crossing’ policingRead More →

The UN expresses outrage at Osman’s arrest, citing a “pattern of violence against women’s rights activists” in Sudan. Gunmen arrested prominent Sudanese women’s rights activist Amira Osman in an overnight raid on her home in Sudan’s capital Khartoum, her sister said. Osman’s arrest comes amid, activists say, a campaign ofRead More →

MPs enjoyed £160,000 five-star trip to Qatar as women’s rights campaigner goes missing MPs on five-star trip to Qatar in same week as Noof al-Maadeed disappeared Twenty-one members of the British-Qatari parliamentary group were present The junket, worth almost £160,000, took place from October 7-17 last year Ms al-Maadeed, whoRead More →

A number of organizations working in the field of human and women’s rights gathered outside the police headquarters to express their anger and frustration at the way the latest femicide was declared “unrelated with the genre,” claiming they were “sick and tired” with what’s going on. The organizations staged theRead More →

A growing wave of female activists in China calling for gender equality and the protection of women’s rights have urged the government to consider an amendment to the national women’s rights law. But the authorities’ track record of persecuting activists and failing to tackle gender-based violence and discrimination leaves manyRead More →

The film, ‘Unapologetic’, directed by Ashley O’Shay, aims to redress the historical “crimes” that have left black women’s leadership largely out of the history of social movements. (Courtesy picture) By Nadine MatthewsSpecial at AFRO Nothing perhaps symbolizes the growth of Janae Bosu better than the fact that she obtained herRead More →

Women demonstrating in Kabul, the Afghan capital, to demand the right to work and education were sprayed on Sunday by Taliban forces. The women gathered outside Kabul University, chanting “equality and justice” and carrying banners reading “women’s rights, human rights”. The demonstrations also demanded the release of Alia Azizi, anRead More →

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Sidestepping a pointed question of whether she would contest the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections herself, Congress Secretary-General Priyanka Gandhi announced the party’s first slate of 125 candidates on Thursday, with up to 50 women, including the mother of Unnao’s rape victim, Asha Singh of Unnao, whose husband was killed andRead More →

Amal Fathy is one of the most prominent defenders of women’s rights in Egypt © Private Prominent activist sentenced to one year in prison for Facebook video criticizing authorities’ failure to protect women from sexual harassment “It is not a crime to criticize the government’s failure to tackle sexual harassment”Read More →

Screenshot of the Bulli Bai platform. | Photo: Twitter. Help India! On January 8, ANHAD hosted a virtual discussion titled Women Against Hate in response to hate speech against Indian Muslims at an event in Haridwar and the recent online “auction” of over 100 Muslim women. whose photos were sharedRead More →

The world is currently reeling from the third wave of Covid-19, and many celebrities have contracted the virus. Many celebrities in Bollywood and the Marathi film industry have been infected with Covid-19. Trupti Desai, a former Bigg Boss Marathi 3 competitor, is the latest celebrity to test positive for Covid-19.Read More →

Former Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin accused Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., and Vice President Kamala Harris of using sexism as a shield against legitimate criticism on “Fox News” Primetime “Monday. Fox host Rachel Campos-Duffy said Harris failed to take responsibility for many of his failures and that the vice presidentRead More →

The protest rally in Kozhikkode called for a similar pattern of anti-NRC/CAA protests that will emerge against such attacks by Bulli Bai. Help India! The protesting women said attacks by the Hindu right-wing force to suppress Muslim women will be futile and will not stop Muslim women from speaking out.Read More →

JIH Women’s Wing held an online protest on the issue of the ongoing Bulli Bai App case. Help India! Several speakers at an online protest organized by the Women’s Department of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) stressed the need for people from all communities and regions to speak out against the prevailingRead More →

Kabul: Since the Taliban returned to power in Afghanistan in August, they have applied their fundamentalist interpretation of Islam. Although it tried to pass itself off as more moderate, the group imposed a series of restrictions that nullify the freedoms Afghan women have gained through a history of struggle andRead More →

By using the #ReceptionDetainees hashtag, the Twitter campaign aims to raise awareness about the conditions of women, targeting the male guardianship system (husband, father or brother). Women inside and outside the country share experiences of suffering. For many, home is “a woman’s grave and a man’s paradise”. Riyadh (AsiaNews) –Read More →