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Marginalized Female Migrant Workers Prone to Radicalization
'Radicalization through religion need not be the more attractive path out of socio-economic disenchantment for marginalized women,' writes Tamara Nair and Alan Chong.
2017/09/12 | Jacqui True
Are Women the Key to Stopping Terrorism in Asia?
Governments should provide support for both international and national women’s organisations working to stabilize communities and prevent terrorism and violent extremism.
2017/07/29 | Anqi Shen
Unveiling China's Women Judges
Who are women judges in China? What do they do? What are their roles and positions in the Chinese judicial profession? These questions help us to get to know female judicial officers in post-Mao China.
2017/07/18 | Camely Arta
Indonesia's House of Grace Gives a New Lease on Life to Young Women
House of Grace cooperates with another non-profit Bandungwangi, which has been reaching out to vulnerable girls and traffic and sexual violence.
2017/06/19 | Edward White
Taiwan’s Domestic Violence Epidemic: Abuse Reported Every 5 Minutes
Suffering in silence: statistics from the Taipei Women’s Rescue Foundation expose alarming rates of domestic violence in Taiwan, mostly against women.
2017/05/24 | Qian Jinghua
What Sex Workers Can Tell Us About China’s Transformation
Scholar Ding Yu explains how sex work reflects changing times, from ‘xiaojie’ to ‘compensated dating.’
2017/02/13 | Jeffrey Hutton
In Indonesia, Women Take a Stand Against Everyday Graft
When it comes to fighting corruption, a group of women are challenging their peers to look in the mirror.
2017/01/31 | Timothy S. Rich
Has Park Geun-Hye's Downfall Changed the Game for Women in Korea?
What does Park Geun-Hye’s impeachment mean for female politicians in Korea?
2016/09/19 | Jiayun Feng
OPINION: The Plight of Leftover Women in China
A personal and in-depth review of Leta Hong Fincher’s investigation into the plight of so-called ‘Leftover Women’ in China.
2016/07/28 | Gary Lai
Gender Equality Pays in Hong Kong
Given the numbers showing its correlation to economic growth, educating girls in secondary schools – and reaching full attainment – should definitely be a priority for the government.