- Sahar D. Sattarzadeh
- Washington, DC
- United States
Women's rights is not a women's issue; it's a human issue. How can we ensure, therefore, that women and men are working side-by-side?
Oftentimes, women arise to address the injustices and oppression that target themselves. However, if women all over the world are experiencing prejudice and discrimination because of their gendered identities, doesn't it make sense to educate and empower men, who predominantly comprise the "side of the oppressor"? The rights of women cannot be realized until men are also invited to advocate on their counterparts' behalf. So how can we achieve this?