Protesting has its limits. At least that’s 23-year-old activist Rawan Khalfallah’s experience in Libya. Now, nine years after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, Rawan and her colleagues at Together We Build It are finding creative ways to advocate for peace and women’s rights, starting at home. Hear all about their “Super Nsaween” campaign, which uses comic strips to fight against the toxic gender stereotypes many women and girls face in their day-to-day lives. Follow Rawan’s initiative at @TWBI_org.
This story was produced by Caro Rolando in collaboration with UN Women.
Season two of Seeking Peace is produced by Georgetown University's Institute for Women, Peace and Security and Adonde Media, in collaboration with UN Women and Our Secure Future. Find all of our episodes and transcripts at SeekingPeacePodcast.com.
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