Ann Babe is an independent journalist who writes about community culture, marginalized identities and international innovation.
On the semi-autonomous archipelago off the coast of Tanzania, many young women are now turning to entrepreneurship for their livelihoods.
On International Women’s Day in South Korea, where gender inequality is deeply entrenched, the government announced new measures to combat sexual assault in the workplace, increasing maximum prison terms and extending statutes of limitations. The initiative, a joint effort of five ministries, comes as the country continues to reel from Tuesday’s news of a prominent politician’s resignation after his secretary accused him of rape.
In South Korea, where patriarchal and misogynistic attitudes remain deeply embedded in the mainstream culture, Doing Cafe strives to be a “cultural home of feminism.”