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Subversion Diaries


By Women for Women

Women-only Quarantine Centers

In Nepal, quarantine centres have been set up and run by Women for Human Rights, a women’s rights organization, for women, to keep them from COVID-19 and sexual violence.
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Remembering Srebrenica

Remembering Srebrenica

Even as women fought to keep their families going during the Bosnian war, they were also a vital part of the narrative that culminated in justice for war crimes.
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Tumai

Tumai

Since 2001, Tumai has become the home for upwards of 60 women from the Samburu and Turkana tribes who have been divorced, abused or suffered from domestic violence.
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Women's Party

Women's Party, South Korea

The Women’s Party was founded on International Women’s Day (March 8th) and is fighting for a seat at the table where the political establishment has regularly failed its women.
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Amaravati

Amaravati

This women-led peaceful protest seeksto question the government on reneging its commitment to development, especially after it acquired the lands of farmers in Amaravati.
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Saturday Mothers

Saturday Mothers

The Saturday Mothers gather to protest against the enforced disappearances and political murders during the 1980s, and continue to protest peacefully, meeting every Saturday.
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Jinwar

Jinwar

Jinwar, a real life Themyscira, is a village in Northern Syria where only women and children live. Women rule in this idyll, where men can visit but cannot stay in the village.
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Umoja

Umoja

Located near the town of Archers Post in Kenya’s Samburu County, Umoja is an all-female matriarchal village is where women rule and men are not allowed to live.
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