12th April 2018

Deductive and/or inductive reasoning: what is the best approach to gender-based violence?

Deductive and/or inductive reasoning: what is the best approach to gender-based violence? by Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga Introduction The scale of gender-based violence (GBV) is alarming, […]
26th March 2018

“Conveniently married”: the marriage institution, violence and parenting

    “Conveniently married”: the marriage institution, violence and parenting By  Ruth Murambadoro   When a man and woman’s sexual encounter produce unintended responsibilities, it is […]
15th March 2018

Can women’s rights abuse be explained by the perceived tension between constitutional provisions and customary law?

Can women’s rights abuse be explained by the perceived tension between constitutional provisions and customary law? By Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga Introduction Is there really a […]
12th February 2018
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Why tackling sexual violence is key to South Africa’s decolonisation project

Why tackling sexual violence is key to South Africa’s decolonisation project South Africa has been dubbed “the rape capital of the world”. Reuters/Siphiwe Sibeko   Azille Coetzee, […]
27th January 2018

‘Cleansing’’National (dis)Grace: The Zimbabwean ‘Lacoste’’ Cabinet and the absent space for equality and justice.

    ‘Cleansing’ National (dis)Grace: The Zimbabwean ‘Lacoste’ Cabinet and the absent space for equality and justice By Tinashe Mawere The Lacoste catch and the hope […]
27th January 2018

Discrimination in health care: what is discrimination and what are the effects on the right to health?

    Discrimination in health care: what is discrimination and what are the effects on the right to health? By Pierre Brouard Introduction In 2018, it’s […]
27th January 2018

Halving our horizons – how we may jump to conclusions on GBV

    Halving our horizons – how we may jump to conclusions on GBV By Pierre Brouard In an editorial in Feminist Africa 14 on “Rethinking […]
27th January 2018

Gender-based violence in South Africa: is the enemy (always) within?

    Gender-based violence in South Africa: is the enemy (always) within? By Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga Introduction The #MenAreTrash hashtag, started in South Africa in 2016, […]
10th January 2018

Working in Fragile Contexts

    Working in Fragile Contexts By Pierre Brouard So what exactly is a “fragile context”? According to the United Nations Development Programme, this could be […]