Gender & Civil Society

The Collapse of the Currency and Unemployment Leads the Yemeni man to depression and Domestic Violence

 Women bear the heaviest burden. This is equally true of peacetime as it is of wartime, which destroys both…

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The Treacherous Path for Yemeni Women Towards Achieving Rights

A profile on The Peace Track Initiative.

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Book Review: Yemen and the Search for Stability: Power, Politics and Society after the Arab Spring edited by Marie-Christine Heinze

Dr Sawsan al-Refaei finds that this book represents a critical and timely contribution to the current debates on the near…

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An Invitation to Accept One Another

Have the disasters of war taught Yemenis how to accept each other? And can Yemenis adopt a faith in equal…

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The Mothers of Abductees Association: A Model of the Courage of Yemeni Women

The Mothers of Abductees Association is a new addition to the record of Yemeni women who remain marginalized but are…

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The Small and Micro Enterprise Service (SMEPS): Bridging the Void

In a country torn apart by conflict, creativity in implementing strategies is key to help achieve SMEPS’s main goals in…

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The Zoo in Taiz

Three years of war has cost Yemen a huge number of human lives. But what about the animals?

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In The Face of Impossible Odds

Youth in Yemen make up the majority of the population; it is estimated that people between the ages of 0–24…

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Community Radio in Hadramout

The spread of new and diverse radio channels in Hadramout has broken the monopoly of official radio channels, creating a…

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Yemen’s war pushes women to the digital world

Although the country is rapidly deteriorating because of continuing hostilities, it hasn’t stopped women from searching for better opportunities.

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