Dear Abuser

By Eunice Tossy Dear Abuser, I don’t want what you did to me to happen to your daughter . I don’t want your daughter to be abused. I have always wondered what life would be like if I got my justice. If I reported the abuse to the authorities and they took it seriously, that we […]

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Unbreak My Heart

Well. Well! It’s December! And I know I am supposed to be writing about Christmas and all the festivities in this month. I know! I know! But you have probably heard of the #16DaysOfActivism going on. Or probably not. The annual 16 days of activism started last week as a global campaign dedicated to ending […]

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Teakisi Woman: Tabitha Mpamira-Kaguri

  • by Salha Kaitesi
  • Jul 29, 2019
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Limited participation in political and public life; gender based violence; lack of education; Female Genital Mutilation (FGM); poverty, lack of production and fulfilment of human rights, are some of the major challenges activists campaign, and raise awareness for in Africa, and around the world. For our second #TeakisiWoman feature this month, we speak to Tabitha […]

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On Sexual Harassment: Don’t Shame Victims Who Do Not Speak Up

By Afia Kwakyewaa Owusu-Nyantakyi The #Metoo campaign was necessary. It doesn’t matter how it started. (Ok, maybe it does). But more importantly, sexual harassment is a globally normalized silent vice that needed to come to light. And rightfully so, as we have seen how pervasive and deep the horrors perpetrated can go. Powerful women all […]

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