Equality

Here’s what we could find on the subject.
#SayHerName and #BlackLivesMatter

#SayHerName: An Intersectional and International Perspective on #BlackLivesMatter

In 2015, Sandra Bland died of asphyxiation in police custody. However, her death was ruled as suicide by police authorities. Most people did not believe this and took to the streets. This was how the #SayHerName movement started.

As we are all enraged at the violence displayed against Black men in America, let us not forget Black women and Black transgender women. As Malcolm X said in 1962, “The most disrespected person in America is the Black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the Black woman. The most neglected person in America is the Black woman.” This rings true today for Black women and Black transgender women all over the world.

The New Generation of Female Rappers Changing the Narrative in Hip Hop, by Chante Moos for Girls' Globe

The New Generation of Female Rappers

There’s a new generation of female rappers changing the narrative for women in hip hop, and hopefully in society more widely. The most exciting thing is that there are so many options now.

The Girls’ Globe Reading List

The Girl’s Globe Reading List is an introduction to some of the most important and pressing issues affecting society today. These are the voices, perspectives, ideas and opinions of women and girls from all over the world. Read, learn and feel inspired to take action!

7 Women Breaking Stereotypes in Pakistan

Pakistan remains one of the most male-dominated societies in the world, and women still tend to be portrayed or stigmatised as subordinates. In the patriarchal culture of Pakistan, women are often limited to doing domestic work and forced to hide the talents and skills they possess.

When Women’s Rights Are Not Enough

The reality is most women have – at some point – felt silenced, ignored, disrespected, or unsafe, just for being a woman.

Women’s Rights are Human Rights

If ‘women’s rights are human rights’, why are so many women around the globe still unable to access these rights in 2018? 

A White Woman’s No to White Privilege and White Supremacy

In light of recent events in the USA and in my home country Sweden, I cannot stay quiet any more.  The violent terrorism by white supremacist groups cannot be accepted and ignored as we silently fear history repeating itself. Political leaders in the USA and

My Views on Transgender Feminism

Feminism is alive and constantly redefining itself. It has long been an empowering roar fed by the voices of all kinds of women. Today, something else can be heard too. It’s the sound of thousands of women – transgender, transexual and intersexual women – who have found their own voice, strength and

Activism in Indonesia: a movement for change

It has been a couple of weeks since I got back home from an intense week in Indonesia. With our project Let’s Talk Equality, my project partner Anna and I visited several organizations and doctors in the suburbs of Jakarta and Bali. The objective of the trip

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