GSP Recommends: Issue 72
GSP Recommends is a weekly round up of news, reports, recommended readings, videos and podcasts from our desk to yours. If you think something should be up here but isn't, do write to us on email@example.com with your recommendation and we will make sure to review it, engage with it, and add it up to one of our forthcoming lists.
Image: Hands in Solidarity, Hands of Freedom mural on the side of the United Electrical Workers trade union building on West Monroe Street at Ashland Avenue in Chicago, Illinois. Artist Dan Manrique Arias painted this mural in 1997 on the south wall of the United Electrical Workers Union. (Source: Terence Faircloth/Flickr)
On our desk
The Bandana Project: Shedding light on sexual violence against farmworker women (Read) Thank women for keeping us safe from nuclear disaster (Read) Covid's unequal impact (Read) In Tigray, Sexual Violence Has Become a Weapon of War (Read) Diversification of Media Content Can Break Gender Stereotypes (Read) Rights Group Calls for Overhaul of Criminal Justice Systems’ Response to Sexual Violence Across South Asia (Read) Pacific Women Triennial – Flashback (Read) US-China Cold War Could Lead to a More Dangerous Nuclear Stand-off (Read) News from around the world Kyrgyzstan – Murder of Kyrg Woman Triggers Bride Kidnapping Protests (Read) South Sudan - Missteps by South Sudan’s government keep the country in conflict (Read) The Gambia - Sexual Violence In Gambia’s Dictatorship Era Still Rampant (Read) Ukraine – Challenges of Women Pensioners in Conflict Territory (Read)