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Personal choice is problematic in climate justice but relevant to environmental justice. Away from the individual vs. structural dichotomic discourse,... More
We supported Kohl - A Journal for Body and Gender Research - in the production of its most recent dossier on eco-feminism. More
There is no social justice without gender justice and there is no gender justice without socioeconomic and political reforms. How can feminists in the MENA region drive these reforms, or at the very least, how can feminist perspectives be better integrated into them?
In the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, women have been on the frontline of protests calling for social justice, with their participation proving crucial during the different waves of the Arab Spring. Yet, the mainstream public discourse around tackling the mounting social, economic, and political crises, and eradicating the injustices associated with the current situation and the anticipated changes, often overlooks women’s voices and feminist perspectives.