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Category: Women

On Her Long-Standing Service

Nicola Ferguson Sturgeon (b. July 19, 1970) recently stepped down as the First Minister of Scotland, and leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP). She made an announcement in this […]

The (Tali)Ban & ‘Pen Path’

Matiullah Wesa is a Kandahar-based social worker who is continuing with his struggle regarding Women’s Education. In life, he has experienced extreme forms of religious fundamentalism in Afghanistan, as the […]

A Different Resolution In 2023

It would become mandatory for Iranian women to wear hijab (Islamic female head covering or scarf) even inside cars in 2023. Amidst anti-hijab protests, the Ebrahim Raisi Administration has hinted […]

Freedom Detained

The detention of journalists continues to increase across the globe. In its latest report, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has mentioned that the number of arrested media persons was 488 in […]

In A Surprising Turn Of Events

Dina Ercilia Boluarte Zegarra (b. May 31, 1962) became the first female President of Peru on December 7, 2022. Dina Boluarte, a lawyer by profession, got an opportunity to serve […]

On A Stern ‘Yes’ Or ‘No’

“No Means No…!” Well, the consent of both the parties is equally important in case of physical relationship; else the act could be considered as a crime. The echoes of […]

Disbanded Finally, But…

In what may be considered as a Big Victory for the Iranian women against the orthodox mentality of the administration in Tehran, the Ebrahim Raisi Government has abolished the controversial […]

Population, Life-Expectancy & Disparities

The United Nations (UN) recently confirmed that the World Population reached eight billion on November 15, 2022. In a report, the UN claimed that the Global Population would touch 9.7 […]

Regulated By The Society

Society and the State have regulated the clothing, character, needs and duties of girls throughout the world since the earliest times. In other words, women have always been judged by […]