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Why We Need Trauma Sensitive Media by Esther Mulders for Girls' Globe

Why We Need Trauma-Sensitive Media & Journalism

It seems that media coverage of highly sensitive topics, such as war-time sexual violence, is not always about educating the public and empowering the speaker. Instead, it is about shock and entertainment.

When Nadia Murad Stood Before Donald Trump

When Nadia Murad Stood Before Trump

It is the most hardened hearts and minds – not the hearts and minds of our allies – that we must change if we are to create a more just and inclusive world.

Standing with Syrian Women and Girls Ashley Lackovich Van-Gorp for Girls' Globe

Standing with Syrian Women and Girls

Women and girls in Syria, like women and girls in all conflicts, suffer disproportionately. Meanwhile, the world largely ignores them.

Nadia Murad On Her Shoulders: A Call to Stand with Survivors

On Her Shoulders: A Call to Stand with Survivors

I have just finished reading reviews of ‘On Her Shoulders’, Alexandria Brombach’s documentary on Nadia Murad, the human rights activist who won the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize. From the New York Times to RobertEbert.Com, the almost exclusively male reviewers gave halfhearted write-ups on a movie

The Women of ISIS

One of the most frequently mentioned names in the news today is ISIS, the extremist Islamic group that has seized international attention through acts of unusual barbarity, often filmed and distributed as terrorist propaganda. ISIS is not merely an extremist minority, but a powerful network

How ISIS is Recruiting Women And Why Its Working

Recent headlines have howled at the atrocities: mass executions, public beheadings, and communities terrorized by Islamic State. Last week, CNN.com shared the ill-fated story of Jana, a 19-year-old Yazidi woman kidnapped by the militant group, also known as ISIS or ISIL. She was held hostage and sold to

International Day of Peace 2014

In Martin Luther King’s Nobel Peace Prize lecture, he compared the tremendous scientific achievements the world had made by the 1960s to the values we held as a society. We have learned to fly the air like birds and swim the sea like fish, but

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