Beyoncé’s video proves that Women, War & Peace has tapped into a zeitgeist
A look at what independence means to South Sudan’s women
Watch the trailer for the five-part documentary series Women, War & Peace.
Learning from the past, Saudi women try to steer their future
Women from all walks of life marched beside their male counterparts in the protests that unseated Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak, but have been excluded from the interim government and constitutional reform process that followed.
Acclaimed Pakistani filmmaker and journalist Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy (Children of the Taliban) talks with us about the insidious tactics employed by the Taliban against women and children in Pakistan.
Why would a woman join an armed group? Tufts Professor Dyan Mazurana talks to us about how a cycle of violence is much more to blame for women’s participation in terrorist groups than poverty or ideology.
Professor Joshua Goldstein debunks the idea that biology hardwires men for fighting wars and women for staying on the sidelines on this week’s podcast.
The War We Are Living takes viewers to Colombia, the country that has the largest number of internally displaced people in the world – an unfathomable 4 million people – most of them women and children. Learn more about Women, War & Peace‘s Colombia episode.
Links to more information about women’s rights in the country