Category Archives: Feminism, VAW, SRHR

But first, let me take a selfie…………..[1]

Addressing the nation over the radio on Sunday 28th June 2015, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a nationwide social media campaign urging fathers to take selfies with their daughters, and post them on Twitter with the hashtag #SelfieWithDaughter. http://www.huffingtonpost.in/2015/06/28/modi-announces-fatherdaug_n_7680494.html … Continue reading

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59th CSW through a young feminist’s eye

With the support of International Women’s Health Coalition and Asia Safe Abortion Partnership I received a small grant to conduct the first ever Beijing+20 youth review on Sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and Gender equality in Sri Lanka. … Continue reading

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Love, sex and morality !

They say that love makes the world go around……….and that love is the answer to world peace. But the sad reality is that when people want to express love towards another consenting adult in a sexual way, the same world … Continue reading

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From Samina Afzal’s Desk

Hi there! My name is Dr. Samina Afzal and I am working as Head of Department, Surgical Services at Greenstar Social Marketing, Pakistan. I have been associated with Greenstar for over nine years now. At Greenstar, we take pride in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Not without my Daughter

‘You are here for the rest of your life. Do you understand? You are not leaving Iran. You are here until you die.‘ Imagine if these shocking lines were thrown at you: how would you take it? For Betty Mahmoody, … Continue reading

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