Our own experience of online abuse on the course of the project The Univers’ELLES project tends to speak to all women no matter their nationality, social status, sexual orientation or their religion. But to speak to all women, this project needed to collect stories of women from all walks of life. This necessity has put… Continue reading Is internet silencing and censoring women ?
Busayapa Bangkok, Thailand "I grew up the opposite way of what Thai society expects a woman to be" My name is Busayapa Srisompong, but I go with the Thai nickname “Best”, in the 90s it was trendy for parents to give English nicknames to their kids, so I ended up with the nickname “Best”. I… Continue reading #ItHappenedToMeToo: A survivor of domestic violence helping other women to raise their voices
During interviews and through our research, the times of the Khmer Rouge have come back relentlessly. A dark period of Cambodian history that still defines the state of the country today, both economically and socially. A dark past In the late 60’s, Cambodia experienced periods of instability due to the influence of war between Vietnam… Continue reading Gender based violence under the Khmer Rouge regime