“Factors that influence the creative females talent: a cross-cultural study”, by Dr Celia Mundim from Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas, Brazil.
“Psychosocial factors associated with female talent in sport”, by Dr Celia Mundim from Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas, Brazil.
“Curse of migration: the left wives of Bihari migrants” by Pragya Sing from the Hyderabad Central University (India) for the WomenBeing: International Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender Studies and the Status of Women, held on the 10th and 11th October 2017, at the Queen Margaret University, in Edinburgh (Scotland, UK).
“The changing profile of Darlong women in Tripura: a sociological study” by Theresa Darlong, Women’s College, India, for the International Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender Studies and the Status of Women, held at the Queen Margaret University, in Edinburgh, on the 10th and 11th October 2017.
“Are women persons?” by Dr Amalia Verdu from University of Turku, Finland.
“Writing Lebanese Women into History: Masculinity, Femininity and the Civil War” by Francesca El Asmar.
“Islamic Feminism in India: A tale of tryst with conflicting identities”, by Qazi Sarah Rasheed, from the Indian Institute of Technology, India.
“From an idea to an humanitarian association. Volunteer women’s profile in the refugees crisis” by Dr Ana Jose, Polytechnic Institute of Portalegre, Portugal.
“Half the sky: Indian women struggling to break the glass ceiling” by Ashini Patel.
“How can I improve my practice? A journey into my personal and professional growth as a development worker engaged with gender inequalities in Ethiopia” by Arianna Briganti, University of Cumbria.
“WomenBeingWork: How women out of work, on fringes of work, in low paid or insecure work can gain control of their working lives” by Jane Mansour, Independent Consultant, United Kingdom.
‘Migrant Women in Europe: Finding Political Voice through Radical Sisterhood’, by Anna Zobnina, from the European Network of Migrant Women (ENOMW).