We are pleased to announce the launch of the first edition of our quarterly newsletter. This will be emailed to people who are registered through our website and we look forward to distributing it among our Facebook followers as well.
This format will enable us to approach concepts that do not necessarily fit within the structure of an online publication. Through our newsletter, subscribers will receive curated and customized news; giving them inside access to what we have been researching and how we are empowering the female community! We really hope this will be a welcome addition to your inbox and encourage you to subscribe to it.
Through this newsletter, we strive to create something unique, candid and most importantly genuinely beneficial for our readers. And this is exactly why we chose a quarterly schedule so that our correspondence is relevant and certainly not overwhelming. In fact, something you actually look forward to receiving!
Lastly, we cannot do without YOU so please feel free to give us feedback about our newsletter.
Eminent women's empowerment activist, Ambassador for Woman’s News Agency and Director Middle East & GCC Region for Centre For Economic And Leadership Development, Lamis Al Kaati talks to Ananke about empowering the Arab Woman for a sustainable future.
CEO, The Female Quotient and Founder, The Girls’ Lounge, Shelley Zalis exclusively talks to Sabin Muzaffar about gender inequality in the corporate world, unconscious biases and the groundbreaking awareness campaign Feminism.
Technologist, Special Advisor, Office of the Chair, Women, Girls and Technology at Mozilla, Anar Simpson chats with Sabin Muzaffar about her professional journey and economically emancipating women through tech.
Exclusive discussion with Dr. Justina Mutale, founder Justina Mutale Founation, a chat with Pakistani CEO Labels (multi-brand store) Zahir Rahimtoola on women empowerment through fashion, a talk with disruptive innovator in Kenya - Wangechi Mwangi - and Gladys Muthara reveals her participation in the Teens Weave Stars campaign to champion the cause of ending violence against women.
Safeer Ullah Khan, Executive Director of Bedari – a Pakistani NGO working for the promotion and protection of human rights of girls, boys, women and other marginalized groups of society talks to Sabin Muzaffar about the organization’s pivotal role in combatting gender biases, inequalities and its mission to raise awareness about basic human rights.
Aligning with the UN Global Goals and marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, Ananke launched multiple digital campaigns including a series of tweetachats on Cyber Violence, Elderly Abuse, Women with Disabililties and Violence, Impact of Violence on Women's Health, Rural Women and Street Harassment in the month of NOVEMBER.