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The Department of Women's Studies at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa is proud to offer an interdisciplinary approach to the study of women and gender issues. Our department emphasizes multicultural and global education and innovative feminist research on issues of gender, sexuality, ethnic and national diversity, and social justice with a focus on women in Hawaiʻi, Asia, and the Pacific. We offer a major (BA) and an undergraduate certificate, and an Advanced Women's Studies (AdWS) graduate certificate.



The Department of Women’s Studies seeks an Assistant Professor candidate with expertise that is well situated at the intersection of sexuality, sexual violence, sexual harassment, and queer embodiment.

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Half of people in Addis and Amhara in Ethiopia think girls should be ashamed of menstruation.
But Yegna is on its way to changing that.
Take a look at the latest facts on how our youth brand encourages positive change when it comes to #SRH.
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One year ago today, the Silence Breakers were featured on the cover of @TIME. We are continually in awe of all those who have refused to be silent - from farm fields to the tech field to the floors of Senate hearings. Your bravery has paved the way for change. Thank you.

Dance with us at #BATEKOO, a party that is also a safe space for #LGBTQ folks and people of color in #Brazil.

Enter Brazil's Affirming, Afrocentric Dance Party

BATEKOO is much more than a simple celebration.

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If what empowers you oppresses others, there's your hint to go back to the drawing board. (via https://t.co/Y8jxtEFsjX)

#HearMeToo: During #16Daysofactivism 10 LBT women use theatre to depict personal experiences of #GBV violence. They used #CEDAW to advocate for their rights and prevent future discrimination. @UNWomen @CanEmbUkraine @CanadaDev

This is everything and more. 💗

"The women who rode the pink wave to Congress are not business-as-usual politicians. They’re young, lesbian and bisexual, women of color, immigrants."

A Woman's Place Is in the House

Photographer Christelle de Castro captured 27 women newly elected to Congress during their first week of Orientation.

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LGBTQ+ stories are important for everyone to have access to, not just LGBTQ+ kids. (via @ca_london & @EvrydayFeminism)

#HearMeToo Women w/ disabilities face particular disadvantages & challenges: accessing healthcare services, discriminatory treatment in accessing reproductive health services, gender-based violence #GBV, inaccessible infrastructure & social activity (NAPWD 2012). #orangetheworld

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