JASS Blog

by JASS on August 14, 2017 on 3:45 pm

In celebration of International Youth Day this year, check out a blog written by our intern Lina Han, about Korean pop culture and its narrow construct of womanhood.

by JASS on May 31, 2017 on 5:19 pm

Written by Mikas Matsuzawa

by Rosanna Langara on February 11, 2017 on 8:00 pm

Indonesian feminist activist Maria Mustika led a life of selflessness. This tribute article about her gives us a glimpse of how Maria touched the lives of many people.

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by Winnet Shamuyarira on January 27, 2017 on 10:38 am

JASS' WInnet Shamuyarira reflects on a Cross Movement Dialogue that brought together women activists from Zimbabwe, Malawi and South Africa to identify and map the key actors, politics and policies driving the “closing space for civil society” and increased backlash against women activists in Southern Africa.

by JASS on September 9, 2016 on 10:29 am

The fires we light are not fires to set alight police cars, they are small cooking fires we make in our township backyards to feed the children when there's no electricity. The fires we light are not fires to set alight our neighbor's small-time business, they are rare passions we ignite in each other to soldier on, set up vending stalls and make a living against all odds.

by JASS on August 14, 2016 on 2:53 pm

“We find ourselves in a crisis. There are no jobs. There is no cash. Basically everything is a problem,” says Mai Sputi, In the wake of many protests that have erupted in Zimbabwe, JASS' Winnet Shanuyarira spotlights the role women have been playing in calling for change.

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