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من الجرد والقميص العربي والكردّية, إلى البنطلون وحذاء النايكي والقميص الغربي. يدور الزمن دورته في دوائر للأمام وتتوالى العقود كأنها ساعات, ولم يتغير من المرأة في بلادنا سوى…

Aicha Ech Chenna, the Mother Teresa of Morocco

Single motherhood in Morocco is a major taboo in society in which single mothers are often shunned from their peers, their families, their friends and even the partners…

Becoming a (Hijabi) Physician Associate

A physician associate (PA) — also known as a physician assistant in the USA – is a new kind of medically trained, generalist clinician, working in both GP…

The Psychiatric Maghreb: Colonialism’s Erudition on North African Insanity

“I have found it more difficult to certify sanity than insanity”. French psychiatry sought to cement its budding authority in the nineteenth century through the development of a…

Gender-Based Violence in Sahrawi Society

Violence against women is a manifestation of historically unequal power relations between men and women. These have led to domination over, and discrimination against, women by men. When…

A Historical Crossroads: Why Algeria Needs its Women

I was fifteen when the Arab Spring began. I distinctly remember sitting in front of the TV with my father, watching as protests in Tunisia erupted from city…

Collectif des Raciné.e.s: In the Name of Gender, Race, Religion & Sexual Orientation

COLLECTIVE (adj): A group of entities that share, or are motivated by, one common issue who work to achieve the same, or similar, objectives. That is the case…

La voz del Sáhara

MABROUK, You are now a woman

The menstrual cycle, as the Urban Dictionary defines it; “a period of pure agony for a female, lasting way too long. Signs of this state include screaming at…

History Will Remember Us: Kahena, ou l’archétype de la femme berbère

Subjuguant les uns par sa beauté (on disait d’elle qu’elle était «éployée comme les ailes de l’aigle») et les autres par sa force de caractère, son personnage reste…
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