Tag: feminism

Iranian women have long been involved in protest in Iran, and they are involved too in the new cycle of protest erupted across more than 70 cities and towns in the country

Articlefeminism - Middle east - politics
What you need to know about the term ‘intersectionality’
Videofeminism - inequality - law

According to the indian feminist Priti Darooka the W20 hosted in Berlin felt like a European meeting: the South really did not have a place to be seen or heard and there was no conversation about poverty, structural causes of inequalities, livelihoods, women farmers, women’s work in the informal economy

Articledevelopment - equal opportunities - feminism - politics

1st November 2015 “re-run” elections in Turkey and the role of gender in the process

Articleequal opportunities - feminism - institutions

Gender cannot be isolated. Gender interconnects, intermingles, intersects, with other social divisions, such as ethnicity and class. Hence the term, intersectionality

Articlefeminism - research - social inclusion

Feminizmuzerine is the blog of a group of students from the Department of Western Languages and Literatures, Boğaziçi University. The aim of the blog is to translate international articles about feminism to Turkish in order to share, spread, open debate, bring ideas but they also translate Turkish...


Resolution signed by more of 135 delegates at 24th Annual Conference of International Association for Feminist Economics (July 16-18, 2015) as personal expression of concern

Articleausterity - economic crisis - Europe - feminism - public finance

Recent Turkish elections saw radical changes in parliament composition opening a new political season. Feminists and LGBT activists played a fundamental role in this renewal

Articleequal opportunities - feminism - institutions

The reactions to the discovery of Özgecan Aslan’s body, and President Erdogan's statements about gender-sensitive moral issues show how gender today is framed in Turkey. But what kind of gender trends has Turkey really witnessed in the last decade?

Articleequal opportunities - feminism - labour - violence

Changing the narratives and practices of living the crisis is fundamental to challenge this historical moment and turn it all around from disgracefull to fruitfull. Stepping out capitalocentrism means valuing everyday relationship-based-strategies of informal economics put in place to survive the global crisis, which could lead to social change.

Articleaffirmative actions - economic crisis - feminism