WAHA’s Roula Michati, first female director of the psychiatric ward of the Aleppo hospital and a refugee herself, leads group therapy sessions with refugees
Women actors needn’t be the aesthetic must-haves, they must reflect the women in society who are beautiful, soulful and badass.
To ensure no one forgets her sons’ suffering Khira Baraket went live, on national television, to tell her story.
Stats shows that the largest factor driving female homelessness in Australia is violence against women
Women and men peacefully marched along in protest for the rights, dignity and freedom of women. The skies were crying too along with chants
On Wide angle, we review the film ‘Sworn Virgin’. Directed by Laura Bispuri, the movie released in 2015
Pooja Pant, a Nepalese photographer and filmmaker, teaches various multimedia skills to women from marginalised communities.
Being a woman, she rose triumphantly from several personal and political challenges.
Together with the bike, Cantal Bakker improves Moroccan lives
Meet Parya Rezaei, a 30-year-old Iranian children’s animator who lifts children’s spirits in a detention camp