Women Living Under Muslim Laws (WLUML) transnational feminist solidarity network seeks interns to support the works of its Campaign: No Peace without Women’s Rights: Breaking the Cycle of Conflict in Afghanistan and Beyond. The intern is expected to work roughly 10 hours a week for a period of four months with the potential to extend. This position will report to one of the lead  Campaign Committee coordinators.


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Women Living Under Muslim Laws (WLUML) is a transnational feminist solidarity network


Interview with Noura Hussein, marital rape survivors in Sudan facing execution

By Murtada Ahmed

Originally found here

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In Yemen, a makeshift school run by a remarkable survivor of the three-year-long civil war is teaching a fortunate few women to read and write. Taiz province is sandwiched between Houthi rebels in the north and government-controlled areas in the south.


The 5th Annual Harvard Law International Women’s Day Portrait Exhibit showcases the astounding contributions of women around the world to the areas of law and policy. The honorees—each of whom were nominated by HLS students, faculty or staff—are powerful voices in their respective fields, whether they are sitting on a high court bench, standing in front of a classroom, or marching in the streets.

The International Women’s Day Exhibit Committee is honored to present our community with the 2018 honorees, one of which includes Shadi Sadr.

Shadi Sadr


By Homa Hoodfar

In the lead-up to March 8, I am sometimes asked whether we really still need an International Women’s Day (IWD). Though my greatest hope is to see a day when gender inequity and gender injustice are social artefacts of the past, that day feels nowhere near.