Roaring a Warning

<!–[if !mso]>st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } <![endif]–> And what did you see, my black-eyed girl? I heard the sound of a thunder, it roared out a warnin’[1]  A friend of mine and fellow feminist, Nay Al Rahi, wished us more rage and anger in a fantastic article shewrote on Shabab Assaafir . This followed a very pertinent question … Continue reading

Solidarity with the Women of Bahrain

Targeting: Michelle Bachelet (Executive Director of UN Women), International NGOs, and International Community Started by: Women of Lulu March 8th, 2011 – International Women’s Day “A Better World for All” Bahrain is currently experiencing a massive popular uprising in which large numbers of women from different socio-economic, political and religious backgrounds have taken to the streets to … Continue reading


When I first learnt that I wouldn’t be able to physically attend the Women and Work European Training Foundation Conference organised by Silvia Cambie due to work constraints and held in Turin (Alas! I discovered that working required your actual presence more than two days a week), I was bitterly disappointed. But I wannaaaaaaa! Screamed … Continue reading

Women for Disarmament and Peace in the Middle East

The following statement was made yesterday in front of the Conference on Disarmament that’s taking place at the UN Geneva office. Getting to such a statement was a very interesting and thorough process, where an Israeli Human Rights defender and a Lebanese NGO representative sat face to face and discussed the Arab Peace Initiative…International Women’s … Continue reading

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedoom – International Women’s Day Seminar on Getting to Peace in the Middle East

Getting To Peace in the Middle EastThe Role of Women in Changing Threat PerceptionsInternational Women’s Day Disarmament Seminar 4 March 2009 The Seminar will take place at the United Nations Office in Geneva, Registration before February the 25th at See you there!