Turkey’s hard-right president may think that second-class citizenship is the lot of women and the LGBTQ+ community, but thousands in the streets beg to differ.
From the online journal Eteraz Monthly, an insightful look at the oppression of women in Afghanistan and its causes.
In September 1996, Heather Osland was convicted of the murder of her second husband and sentenced to 14 years in prison. She was tried with her son, David. Although he had dealt the fatal blow, the jury couldn’t agree on a verdict for him. At a subsequent trial, he was acquitted. The story of what… Read more »
Aboriginal women have developed a unique approach to combating domestic violence. Through Black Eyes is a landmark document that, in its approach to combating violence in the home, places the focus on community-inspired, rather than state-driven, solutions.