Lila Abu-Lughod, co-director of CSSD working group Religion and the Global Framing of Gender Violence, shares her thoughts on two new books in the publication Public Books.
Religion and the Global Framing of Gender Violence media fellow Yasmin El-Rifae publishes “What the Egyptian Revolution Can Offer #MeToo” in The Nation.
CSSD Project Religion and the Global Framing of Gender Violence announces its second Media Fellowship Competition.
CSSD Project Religion and the Global Framing of Gender Violence held an international competition and selected three Media Fellows to receive reporting grants. They joined the project, supported by the Henry Luce Foundation, and did research in the Middle East to produce innovative media stories.
Nafeesa Syeed's article ‘Women Flee a Hellscape in Yemen. Here are Their Lives Now’, highlights the way refugee women are using entrepreneurship to adapt to their new realities.
Samira Shackle published three articles on refugee women’s active responses to gender-based violence and poverty in Iraq and Lebanon.
A project of Columbia University’s Center for the Study of Social Difference, “Religion and the Global Framing of Gender Violence” (RGFGV), held a two-day workshop in September to explore and debate critical developments in the global framing of gender-based violence.
CSSD project director Lila Abu-Lughod joined several scholars in an amicus brief filed with the Supreme Court in the case by Muslim Advocates against the Executive Order on the "Muslim Ban."