I interviewed Gretchen Emick, who is the Women’s Protection and Empowerment Coordinator for the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Yangon, Myanmar.
Our second workshop focuses on the historical and spatial contexts of gendered violence in South Asian cities.
In a country where complacency about sexual assault has been the norm, the uproar that followed suggested that an unspoken limit had been crossed.
I question what the word ‘rape’ does, or does not do, for women who have experienced sexual violation.
At a time when 1 in 5 women *still* experience violence globally, what works to prevent gendered violence? Join us for our launch event with a keynote delivered by Prof. Rachel Jewkes.