Topic: Sexism and violence against women

Launching "Sauti", Africa's first ever feminist blog (source: Office Of The African Union Special Envoy On Youth)

Sauti – Africa young feminist blog

Giving a voice to young African women during coronavirus

After the murder of Pinar Gültekin, thousands of women took to the street in Istanbul calling for greater protection for women (photo: DHA)

Violence against women

Femicide on the rise in Turkey

Syrian women protest during the International Conscience Convoy in Hatay (photo: picture-alliance/AA/E. Turkoglu)

War crimes in Syria

Can Syrian sexual violence survivors get justice in Germany?

Demonstrating for women's rights in Istanbul (photo: dpa/picture-alliance)

The Istanbul Convention and women's protection

Bombing the heart of the family in Turkey?

A displaced woman from Tawergha protests in downtown Tripoli, Libya (photo: DW/K. Zurutuza)

COVID-19 pandemic in Libya

Conflict and coronavirus – Libyan women pay the higher price

Demonstrating on 25 November, International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (photo: AFP/J. Mabromata)

COVID-19 pandemic

Coronavirus breeds domestic violence in Turkey

Female protester with tape covering her mouth takes part in a demonstration against court verdicts in a case of the gang-rape of a girl (photo: Reuters/S. Perez)

Impact of Coronavirus

Rise in domestic violence in the Middle East

Women's rights activists protesting in downtown Beirut (photo: Julia Neumann)

Female protesters in Lebanon

Solidarity is the solution!

Graffiti in the Jordanian capital Amman: "No to violence against women" (photo: Claudia Mende)

Women's rights in Jordan

The women of Dar Amneh

Protesting violence against women in Istanbul on 8 December 2019 (photo: Reuters/U. Bektas)

Women in Turkey

Ankara turns a blind eye to femicide

Interview with Malaysian artist Nadiah Bamadhaj

Freeing the body from conservatism

Iraqi women protest in Basra, 7 September 2018 (photo: Reuters/A. Al-Marjani)

Patriarchy and governance

Iraq's token females

Still from Nouri Bouzidʹs ʺThe Scarecrowsʺ (source: official Facebook page)

Film review: Nouri Bouzidʹs ʺThe Scarecrowsʺ

Making amends is one path to healing

Symbolic image of anti-Muslim racism (photo: Imago/P. Endig)

An enduring stereotype

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The West's gleeful obsession with the 'oppressed Arab woman'

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