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DRC mining industry is a prime example of how corporate power threatens women’s rights

This is why feminist activists are mobilising behind a proposed international treaty to regulate the impacts of transnational corporations.

Source: AWID and open Democracy 50.50

Ola AbuElShalashel's Art

Ola AbuElShalashel Art Piece 1
© Ola AbuElShalashel
One of the drawings in "Dots & Lines - Drawn Diaries", a diary set made as a coloring book for those suffering from depression.

 

Ola AbuElShalashel Art Piece 2
© Ola AbuElShalashel

 

Ola AbuElShalashel's Art

Ola AbuElShalashel Art Piece 1
© Ola AbuElShalashel
One of the drawings in "Dots & Lines - Drawn Diaries", a diary set made as a coloring book for those suffering from depression.

 

Ola AbuElShalashel Art Piece 2
© Ola AbuElShalashel

 

Ola AbuElShalashel's Art

Ola AbuElShalashel Art Piece 1
© Ola AbuElShalashel
One of the drawings in "Dots & Lines - Drawn Diaries", a diary set made as a coloring book for those suffering from depression.

 

Ola AbuElShalashel Art Piece 2
© Ola AbuElShalashel

 

Infant health and women’s rights at risk from corporate interests

Parents deserve to make a free and informed decision on how the best feed their children. Now, a new initiative threatens to increase the power of corporate actors in setting and regulating the standards of marketing.

Source: AWID
Miriam Mũmbi Nyoke (EN)
Miriam Mũmbi Nyoke (EN)
Miriam Mũmbi Nyoke (EN)
Faustine Mpanga Mule (EN)
Faustine Mpanga Mule (EN)