Discover how some of the biggest recent international events have been shaped by women in a showcase of four, female-directed films that tell never-before-told stories about women who risked their lives for peace, changing history in the process.
- We survived Mubarak's rule, SCAF's rule, Morsi's government, and now back to a government backed by the army.
And the same activists are being arrested and tried.
It's not hard to remember what I wanted in the revolution, because what I wanted then is what I want now - freedom!
The demands that were chanted sums it all up: bread, freedom, and social justice, including fighting for women's rights specifically.
- The British and Irish governments have announced a firm date for the start of all party negotiations on the Northern Ireland peace process.
- We've got to do all the things that we've been doing in our own lives as activists, but now we have to do them on the general political platform.
- I'd never been in a political party before in my life.
It wasn't politics, it was peace that I wanted!
- We had to prove that it wasn't about sitting around a table and just talking about women's issues.
It was about basic human rights issues for the whole of Northern Ireland.