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  • Strengthening Women’s Rights in Afghanistan

  • Promoting Women, Post-Conflict

  • Honor Killing through Sulaimaniya’s Lens

    07.06.17
  • WEF on MENA in Jordan – All about Youth, Women and Entrepreneurship

    06.22.17
  • The Politics of Gender

    06.19.17
  • Saudi Ultra-Conservatives Take Anti-Reform Stand on Women’s Sports

    04.30.17
  • Sport, Culture and Entertainment: Driving Tricky Saudi Change

    04.10.17
  • Women and the Gender Gap: 2044 Is Too Long to Wait

  • Men Work, Women Work: An Absence of Fairness

  • Bowing to Pressure: Iran Grants Women Access to Sporting Event

    02.20.17
  • Women’s Gyms Lay Bare Limits of Saudi Reforms

    02.15.17
  • Two Years after Abdullah: Impending Showdown over Saudi Reforms?

  • Rohingya Women and their Silent Suffering

  • Reformist Saudi Prince Bounces Up Against Flawed Education System and Ingrained Social Mores

    11.09.16
  • Colombianas: Gender Roles in the Land of Shakira

  • Latin American Women’s Problem: We Keep Getting Murdered

  • Struggling for Women’s Rights: International Sports Associations Duck the Gun

    09.22.16
  • Saudi Arabia Projects Change, Albeit at a Snail’s Pace

    08.04.16
  • Why ‘Woman’ Isn’t Hillary Clinton’s Trump Card

  • Women’s Rights: From Ataturk to ISIS

  • Sports: A Barometer of Saudi Reform

    07.13.16
  • Saudi Cleric Waxes Poetically about Love

    07.05.16
  • Thomas’s SCOTUS Abortion Dissent Accepts Discrimination

  • Volleyball in Iran: A Litmus Test for Women’s Rights

    06.24.16
  • The Cultural Limits of Japanese Feminism

    06.16.16
  • Women’s Rights: A Benchmark of Saudi and Iranian Reform

    04.27.16
  • The ‘Mule Women’ of Morocco

  • A Litmus Test for Iran: Sports and Air Transport

    02.07.16
  • Iranian Women Still Face Barriers Despite Appointment of Woman Ambassador

    12.01.15
  • Victimized Women are Invisible in Ukraine

  • Women Rise Up in the Middle East

  • Brenda Myers-Powell’s Story Illustrates the Need for Legalization

    07.09.15
  • Latin America’s War on Gender Violence

  • An Afghan-American Perspective on the Killing of Farkhunda

    03.31.15
  • Thoughts on the Murder of Farkhunda Malikzada

    03.30.15
  • Sweden-Saudi Arabia Diplomatic Row Intensifies

  • Middle East Sees Rise of Start-Ups

  • ‘India’s Daughter’: The Latest Episode in New Delhi’s Fraught Relationship with the BBC

  • Q&A with Nawal El Saadawi