Islam, Women and Gender Justice: A Discourse on the Traditional Islamic Practices among the Tausug in Southern Philippines Jamail A. Kamlian Fellow in Islam and Human Rights (A project for Islam and Human Rights Fellowship, Law and Religion Program, School of Law, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.)
A peacebuilder’s story: Fatmawati, Philippines. Fatmawati T. Salapuddin is founder of the Lupah Sug Bangsamoro Women Association Inc., one of International Alert Philippines’ NGO partners, which is based in Sulu
THE POWER OF POWERLESSNESS: The Life and Work of Merlie “Milet” B. Mendoza of the Philippines By Mary Liepold, Peace Writer. Milet personally experienced what it’s like to be a Tausug women in the midst of violence in Sulu.
Jainab Abdulmajid: The Continuing Challenge to Lead. She joined the Bridging Leadership Fellowship Program (BLFP) in 2008 upon the recommendation of another BL Fellow, Maj. Gen. Natalio Ecarma III, currently the Undersecretary of National Defense for Defense Operations of the Department of National Defense of the Republic of the Philippines.
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