Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on the contradictions of what feminism is to her and what it isn’t.
Water privatization and exploitation in Africa in the name of ‘development’ has disastrous consequences for the continent’s population, writes Sokari Ekine.
Sexual violence against female journalists is less an attack against press freedom than it is a purely evil crime against women, writes Iris Gonzales.
Mourning the loss of her beloved Aunty, Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on artful manners that seem to be disappearing with the older generation.
Monday 13 June marked the International Day Against Child Labour, a day millions of the world’s exploited and abused children have never even heard of. Sokari Ekine explores the global problem of child-trafficking.
Decaying state hospitals and greedy private clinics make the death of loved ones harder to bear in the Philippines, says Iris Gonzales.
Prejudice against inter-state and foreign migrants is on the rise, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
Nigerian blogger Sokari Ekine reflects on the failure of a vicious Anti-Homosexuality Bill.
How many more political prisoners will have to be put in jail until the Philippine military is satisfied?
Big boys who work hard must play hard, too? Ask the women!
Nobody wants to be angry with the world, with loved ones and even with oneself. But when we are frustrated over the world’s follies, we let the steam off elsewhere.