COP26 : A closer look at the progress made on gender

25.03.2022 Avril Chanel There is growing evidence that climate change exacerbates existing structural inequalities, has a more severe impact on the poorest and the most vulnerable communities, and especially affects women. For…

Women And Peacebuilding: Narratives From South Asia

07.02.22 Aparna Rajeev While the past few decades have seen a significant decline in interstate wars, a large number of countries have been grappling with intrastate conflicts of varying severity and duration,…

Kamala Harris, between history and hope

24.01.2022 Written by : Julie Lavaire  Translated by : Chloé Lusven On January 6th, 2021, Kamala Harris became vice-president of the United States of America, with president Joe Biden by her side.…

« ¡El Estado opresor es un macho violador! » Gender-based violence perpetuated by the State to the test of social protests in Colombia

09.01.2022 Written by : Pauline Marquis Translated by : Kaouther Bouhi Allison, Maria Jovita, Angie Johanna, Julia[1]List of homicide victims during the national strike in Colombia, 28/05/2021, http://www.indepaz.org.co/victimas-de-violencia-homicida-en-el-marco-del-paro-nacional/… victims of police violence, perished…

Gender and mobility during the COVID crisis

22.12.21 Ayma Tayaa Mobility is the right to move to have access to key activities that are essential for survival. It is at the backbone of economic and social development as it…