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WSF: Sisters in Islam: Advocacy for change within the religious framework
WSF: Secular women’s activism in contemporary Egypt
WSF: Religious fundamentalisms and repression of reproductive and sexual rights
WSF: The far right and the religious right on the world wide web: Some snapshots and notes
WSF: Biographies of conference participants and contributors
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WSF: Fighting the political (ab)use of religion in Nigeria: BAOBAB for Women’s Human Rights, allies and others
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Please note the following correction for this article: Tahar Djaout, assasinated in 1993, was a male journalist.
WSF: Revelation and religion: Representations of gender and Islam
WSF: Attacks against lesbian, gay and bisexual people: Warning signs of fundamentalism?
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