TOPIC gender equality
Gendered Labor and Structural Violence: The case of women farmworkers in Tunisia
Ola Galal | The deaths sparked a national outcry in a country often thought of as a pioneer in women’s rights.
Gender and Labor: An open call
The deadline for pitches or initial drafts is October 3, 2019.
Pride of the Arabs: Mo, morality, and memes
Sulafa Zidani | Did you know that Mo Salah is made of “0% fat, 0% grease, 100% morals?”  Did you know that the real
Would you hire a female plumber?
Maddison Sawle | Um Bassem, a plumber in Cairo, has challenged the rules about women working in male-dominated fields
A-Z of progress and setbacks for Egyptian women between two international women’s days
On International Women’s Day, an A-Z of the past year in Egypt
11 sentenced to 3-12 years in prison for homosexuality
Pesha Magid | The Agouza Criminal Court has sentenced 11 people to prison terms ranging between three and 12 years
A-Z of progress and setbacks for Egyptian women this year
Dalia Rabie | On International Women’s Day, here is Mada Masr’s A-Z of the experiences and challenges
Let our girls join our army: Egypt’s aspiring military women
Passant Rabie | “We have given up our feminine clothes for the military uniform,” read two large banners held up
Egyptian women: Between education, livelihoods and abuse
Pesha Magid | 99.3% of Egyptian women experience sexual harassment. 82.6% say they feel unsafe in the street.
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