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#MeTooTalgo: Kazakh Activists Push to Toughen Rape Law
August 29, 2019

#MeTooTalgo: Kazakh Activists Push to Toughen Rape Law

By Colleen Wood
In Kazakhstan, discussion about sexual violence -- and how it’s treated under the law -- has hit a tipping point.

#MeToo, Vietnam
May 15, 2018

#MeToo, Vietnam

By Isabelle Taft
Vietnam’s fledgling #MeToo movement reveals the limits of the country’s progress on gender equality.
All These Years Later, Do Not Forget the Kunan-Poshpora Mass Rapes
February 24, 2018

All These Years Later, Do Not Forget the Kunan-Poshpora Mass Rapes

By Priyanka Borpujari
The Indian Army's violence against Kashmiri women must be etched in the history books.

#JusticeForJisha: How Well Has India Come to Handle Rape and Violence Against Women?
May 12, 2016

#JusticeForJisha: How Well Has India Come to Handle Rape and Violence Against Women?

By Padmapriya Govindarajan
After a brutal rape shook India in 2013, how has the country broached the issue of rape and sexual assault?

Fighting for India’s Women
December 02, 2015

Fighting for India’s Women

By Zigor Aldama with photos by Miguel Candela
The Gulabi Gang fights vigorously – and sometimes violently – for the rights of India’s beleaguered women.

New Zealand MPs Tossed Out After Speaking Out About Rape
November 13, 2015

New Zealand MPs Tossed Out After Speaking Out About Rape

By Catherine Putz
A discussion about Australian deportation and detention of New Zealanders has side-stepped into a row about rape culture.

Protect India’s Daughters
March 27, 2015

Protect India’s Daughters

By Jared Genser and Sara Birkenthal
“The most populous democracy in the world, India must rise above misogyny and violence to protect its daughters.”
Outlawed in Pakistan Shows Rape Victims' Quest for Justice
October 26, 2014

Outlawed in Pakistan Shows Rape Victims' Quest for Justice

By Sonya Rehman
Habiba Nosheen has won an Emmy for her work on a particularly uncomfortable subject for Pakistan.

January 09, 2013

The Real War on Women...in India

The horrific rape of a 23-year old student in Delhi was a terrible tragedy. The treatment of many of India’s women — from cradle to grave — is also a tragedy.

Legislation Alone Can't Solve India's Rape Problem
January 05, 2013

Legislation Alone Can't Solve India's Rape Problem

While India’s politicians offer solutions, the roots of the problem lie deeper than legislation alone can address.

Commission Created as Rape Victim's Health Declines
December 27, 2012

Commission Created as Rape Victim's Health Declines

As the victim of a terrible tragedy battles for her life, India’s government promises action.

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