Inside Out

Divya Cowasji and Shilpi Gulati | India | 2011 | 15 mins
Advocating for unfettered access to public space in Mumbai, young Muslim women demand the right to exist without fear of sexual harassment.

Saturday Mothers of Turkey

Bijoyeta Das | Turkey | 2010 | 5 mins
Gathering in protest, the activist group the Saturday Mothers of Turkey demand the whereabouts of their disappeared detainees and call for accountability on the part of the Turkish government in the protracted Kurdish conflict. 

Ms. Ma and Her Literacy Class

Aide et Action | China | 2008 | 11 mins
Increasing literacy among women remains a global struggle. In Ningxia Province, where one fifth of the Muslim population in China lives, we meet Ms. Ma, the backbone of Aid et Action’s literacy project.

Where Are the Men?

Taraneh Salke | Afghanistan, USA | 2011 | 15 mins
Successful family planning, improved women’s health, and development in Afghanistan require the support of the country’s men as well as the women. Yet, in a place where women require men’s permission to leave the house, seek health care, or use contraceptives, how will this come about?

The Ripple Effect

Sarah Jahaan Khan | Pakistan | 2015 | 6 mins
Access to safe water transforms the lives of rural women in Pakistan, giving them the freedom to pursue new opportunities for earning an income to invest in their families.

Afghanistan Women in the 1393 Election

Roya Sadat and Alka Sadat | Afghanistan | 2015 | 15 mins
Afghan women defied Taliban threats by participating in the election that determined former-President Hamid Karzai’s successor. Amid allegations of systematic electoral fraud, a runoff prolonged the process for six months as NATO troops withdrew.