• Food For Thought

    How does it all start? Stigma around mental illnesses persists in Belarus, a post-soviet country, where every person visiting therapy is considered ‘crazy’ or ‘schizophrenic.’ Arina (16 years old)...
  • To Cut And Cleanse?

    Over 200 million women and girls in 30 countries across the world have suffered Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). It is an age-old custom exercised in many parts of the...
  • From the Edge of Despair

    This article was previously published in our special edition on Violence Against Women.   “Domestic violence has been identified as a major cause of women andchildren becoming homeless, especially...
  • On Human Bondage

    It is an oft repeated sentiment by the young and old, particularly in Eastern societies, that marriages are made in heaven. A notion romanticized in storybooks, TV dramas and...
  • Perverting Marital Bliss

    Marking the International Human Rights Day, Liz Guantai writes about marital rape in Kenya; the Neglected Human Rights Violation....
  • Weaving Safe Spaces for Kenyan Youth

    TAP Africa’s founder, Gladys Muthara retraces her steps from violence to victory and how her journey has empowered the African youth, resulting in her receiving the prestigious VSO Impact...
  • HERstoryForVAWG: Bette Levy

    Ananke’s HERstory series showcases Bette Levy – an eminent US-based advocate with a focus on disabilities, domestic violence and more....
  • HERstoryForVAW: Fehmida Riaz

    Ananke remember a visionary from Pakistan, celebrating Fehmida Riaz in the #16DaysofActivism campaign....