May 31, 2019 Sharon Bhagwan Rolls, Fiji
It was May 14, 1987 in Suva, Fiji Islands. The indicators of political dissent had been there since the April elections that brought in a new wave of politics, a shift in the political hierarchy. I had missed out on the opportunity to vote and I have to admit I was fairly oblivious to the intricate layers of politics where traditional... Read more
May 31, 2019 Reny, Cameroon
Let me take you through my beautiful country, Cameroon where our women have an age-long tradition of advocating for peace and security.
Thrusts in West and Central Africa, Cameroon is bound by Equatorial Guinea to the southwest, Gabon to the south, Congo to the southeast, the Central African Republic to the east, Chad to the... Read more
May 28, 2019 Washiba Rasa, Bangladesh
From a woman, for a woman, to the women
Security to me is not just a word, it’s a goal in life. That can be financial, social and most importantly personal. Often people misunderstand security for wars and guns, but they forget that at the end of the day the only one who or what can make you feel secure is yourself and the people around you. For a woman, or anyone else... Read more