Pakistan

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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.

Not Today

A poem by Fatima Raza for Girls’ Globe.

She Chose to Walk Away – #YoungWomenSay

This blog post was originally published by The Torchlight Collective and Say It Forward as part of the #YoungWomenSay campaign. Being born into a Pakistani family, it’s not easy to stop listening to what people are saying about you: about the way you dress, you walk, you talk, or you smile. I

An Ode to HER

A poem by Fatima Raza for Girls’ Globe.

Tech Lab Connects Pakistani Women to the World

In Gilgit, a rural region of north Pakistan, Shaheen I-Tech Lab is living proof that the internet and feminism go hand-in-hand. Created exclusively for women, the computer lab provides a safe, productive, and collaborative space to access the internet, free of cost. “Opportunities become available

Can a girl change the world?

Throughout history we have witnessed social and political transformations achieved through the collective actions of others and often led by the vision of an individual. As stated by Margaret Mead, American cultural anthropologist, Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, concerned citizens can change

Breaking All Barriers to Girls' Education

Friday, July 12th, was Malala Yousafazi’s 16th birthday. Last October, Malala was shot by the Taliban for speaking out for girls’ education. They failed in their attempt to silence her. On Friday, she and students from over 80 countries lead the “United Nations Youth Takeover”

CSW57: Eliminating and Preventing Gender-Based Violence

This week marks the start of the 57th annual United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). Beginning March 4th and continuing until March 15th, international policymakers will convene in New York City to address this year’s theme: “elimination and prevention of all forms

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