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Global Feminist Link Love: April 19-25

April 26, 2010

Hey Global Feminists!

Here are a list of links about what other global feminists were up to this past week. We also want to know: What have you been reading/writing this week? Don’t forget to spread your own link love in the comments!

Young Women's Empowerment Project

Africa

  • How do we stop society killing women? (Gender Masala) “An issue that we all know is out there for most African women; the cultural definition of a “good woman” as a married woman with children, and the impact this has at a time when the highest HIV infection rates are among married women, for well known reasons related to definitions of masculinity in our cultural contexts.”
  • Women march nude for Ibori (Vanguard) “Hundreds of women from Oghara in Ethiope-West Local Government Area of Delta State marched nude, yesterday, on the streets of the community against the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, for supposedly witch-hunting their son and ex-Governor, Chief James Ibori.

Asia

Europe

Latin America

Middle East

Northern America

Oceania

See more global feminist news on our facebook page, twitterand tumblr. If you ever have suggestions for GFLL (whether they are your posts or someone else’s), feel free to email becky@genderacrossborders.com.

One Comment
  1. Janet Fraser permalink
    April 26, 2010 6:38 pm

    Link round up on an Australian feminist blog
    http://hoydenabouttown.com/20100427.7468/femmostroppo-reader-april-26-2010/

    The continuing struggle against the Australian government’s plan to make consumer-driven homebirth illegal
    http://www.ilithyiainspired.com/2010/04/but-what-woman-could-they-serve-lisa.html
    http://www.homebirth.net.au/
    http://janetfraser.id.au/blog/2010/04/27/another-day-another-submission/

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