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EDITORIAL NOTE
by Cai Yiping
Editor-in-Chief

FEATURES

More under the Veil: Women and Muslim Fundamentalism in MENA
by Shaina Greiff

Homophobia Kills
by Bianca Miglioretto

Where Reproductive Rights are a Joke: Poland, Politics and the Catholic Church
by Anka Grywacz

Cracks on a Cauldron of Cantons: The Chinese Question in Southeast Asia
by Nina Somera

Maritius: Communities of Paradise
by Aileen Familara

TALKING POINTS

Simultaneous and Serial Struggles: Women and Fundamentalisms in South Asia
by Sunila Singh

Rubble's Just the Same but Standing Up Differently
by Carole Shaw

Women in Post-Genocide Rwanda: Facing the Past to Build a Future
by Adin Thayer

“New Politics” in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Renewed Threat to Women
by Sandra Cataneda Martinez

Gaza Saga: New Seasons, Old Stories
by Inna Michaeli

ONE ON ONE

Of Women, Wisdom and the World
An Interview with Kamla Bhasin by Nina Somera

Burma: Badly Battered but Believing
An Interview with Debbie Stothard by Nina Somera

WE'VE GOT MALE

The Tragedy of Thai Democracy
by Giles Ji Ungpakorn

A Changing but Still the Same World: A Conversation with Noam Chomsky
An Interview by Nina Somera

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COMMUNITY AND INDEPENDENT MEDIA

Visualising Power, Documenting Resistance
An Interview with Mahboubeh Abbasgholizadeh by Nina Somera

 

Women In Action covers a broad range of issues affecting women globally, but focusing on the particular needs and concerns of women in the Global South, and forwarding a progressive perspective tempered by the experiences of the third world women's movements.
This WIA issue is made possible by the support of the Global Ministries-General Board of Global Ministries (GBGM) and the Swedish International Develoment Cooperation Agency (SIDA)
 
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