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Gender equity reversals and women’s responses to COVID-19 in rural Indonesia
Women who had developed skills, networks, knowledge, and confidence through CSO programs were better placed to respond to the pandemic.
Issues for working women as debated in the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly
What do female politicians in Japan raise as crucial issues for gender equality?
Malaysian ‘matriliny’: past, present and future
Will the thoroughly modern matriliny of Negeri Sembilan produce further new imaginings and new politics?
INTERVIEW: Women play a key role in preventing geopolitical conflict and the success of peacekeeping initiatives
The lives of civilians, particularly women, are often overlooked in relation to the impact of geopolitical competition.
WEBINAR: The case for feminist foreign policy in Asia
Feminist foreign policy is an approach which places gender equality as the central goal of foreign policy, in recognition that gender equality is a predictor of peaceful and flourishing societies.