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Date archive forMarch, 2015
By Magdalina Williams On Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

Att vara icke-heterosexuell, icke-ciskönad i Egypten, del tre

I Egypten inledde revolutionen 2011 möjligheten till ett nytt samhälle, mer öppet för olika områden som rör mänskliga rättigheter. Trots detta ser vi idag en regim som slår ner på oliktänkande, både More...

By Sooz Romero On Monday, March 2nd, 2015

HBTQI asylum seekers and newcomers – the other side of the story

Reception varies from one place to another, but it is well-known that asylum seeking HBTQI individuals do not receive tailored information nor is information from the Swedish Migration Board offered in languages More...

By Ida Ströberg On Sunday, March 1st, 2015

3alganoob – en musikfestival för naturälskare

I början av april kommer människor från vida omkring att vallfärda till en viss strand belägen vid röda havet i Egypten. Soma Bay som ligger 45 kilometer söder om Hurghada kommer mellan den 10:e – 12:e More...

By Magdalina Williams On Sunday, March 1st, 2015

Being a non-heterosexual, non-Cisgender in Egypt, Part Three

In Egypt, the January 25 Revolution ushered in a new society that is more open to different topics related to human rights. Despite this, the current regime is cracking down on dissidents, both political and on More...

By Alieh Bahari On Sunday, March 1st, 2015

Iran’s International Women’s Day in 1979: a story of sadness and pride

When discussing Iranian women, the first image that comes to mind is that of women covered with hijab – which is indeed a truthful image – but how and when did the forced veil come about?  It is often More...