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‘I’m Too Tired To Cry’: The Laotian Girls Who Are Kidnapped To Become Child Brides

This article was originally published by The Lily, on October 2nd, 2018, by Fuller Project Correspondent Corinne Redfern. ‘I didn’t want this for my daughters. I wanted them to have a future’ It was just…

They left sub-Saharan Africa for the promise of Europe. Now they face an uncertain future.

This article was originally published by The Lily, on August 13th, 2018, by Fuller Project correspondent Haloren Mellendorf. ‘I will face Europe and see for myself’ TARIFA, Spain — Mercy lay motionless on the bed,…

Dispatch From Jaipur: ELLE Embeds With India’s Female Motorbike Police

This article was originally published by Elle, in partnership with The Fuller Project, on August 10th, 2018, by Louise Donovan and Smita Sharma. Behind-the-scenes of our latest The Warriors story, in collaboration with The Fuller…

The Café Run Entirely By Acid Attack Survivors

This article was originally published in ELLE, in partnership with The Fuller Project, on July 27th, 2018, by Louise Donovan. In Agra, a stone’s throw from the Taj Mahal, a group of women are refusing to…

One Year Ago, Tunisia Passed A Groundbreaking Law To Protect Women. Has It Worked?

This article was originally published by TIME on July 26th, 2018, by Fuller Project Contributing Reporter Charlotte Bailey. In the 1990s, Ahlem Behladj learned to brave being hassled each day by the police officers that…

Rebels With A Cause: The All Female Motorbike Squads Tackling India’s Rape Problem

This article was originally published by ELLE, in partnership with The Fuller Project, on June 26th, 2018, by Louise Donovan. A woman is raped every 13 minutes in India. As the situation reaches desperate proportions,…

Colombia Was Just Starting To Deliver Justice To Women. Will A New President Get In The Way?

This article was originally published by TIME on June 19th, 2018, by Fuller Project Contributing Reporter Lucy Sheriff. With the election of a new president Sunday, Colombia threw the future of its peace deal into…

The War on Drugs Failed. It’s Time for a War on Abuse.

This article was originally published by CNN on June 15th, 2018, by Jessica Klein and Fuller Project Correspondent Natalie Shreyer. Two days before she was found dead of a gunshot wound to the head on May…

Welcome To Puntland: Where Many Men Don’t Consider Rape A Crime

This article was originally published in ELLE, in partnership with The Fuller Project, on April 26th, 2018, by Fuller Project Contributing Reporter Neha Wadekar. Every morning, 28-year-old Officer Shamis Abdi Bile rises before dawn to…

Domestic Abusers: Dangerous for Women — and Lethal for Cops

This article was originally published by USA Today on April 9th, 2018, by Fuller Project Contributing Reporter Natalie Shreyer. Linda Pope faced a flood of red and blue lights as she arrived at the hospital…

A Lethal Combination

This article was published by Ms. Magazine, in partnership with The Fuller Project, on February 23rd, 2018, by Fuller Project Contributing Reporter Natalie Shreyer. The names Nikolas Cruz, Devin Kelley, Omar Mateen, Stephen Paddock and…

Trolling The Patriarchy With Photos Of Battered Women – One Woman’s Quest To Change Russia’s Domestic Violence Laws

This article was published by ELLE, in partnership with The Fuller Project, on February 22nd, 2018, by Amie Ferris-Rotman. ‘The punishment for beating your wife now feels like paying a parking ticket’ – Alena Popova…

Russia’s Disappearing Women

This article was originally published by ELLE, in partnership with The Fuller Project, on February 8th, 2018, by Amie Ferris-Rotman. New legislation in Russia means that men can avoid criminal prosecution for domestic violence. As…

My Husband Sold Me To A Brothel

This article was originally published by ELLE, in partnership with The Fuller Project, on January 10th, 2018, by photographer Allison Sarah Joyce and Fuller Project Correspondent Corrine Redfern.   Over the course of seven months, journalists Corinne Redfern…

Femicide The Rallying Cry For Families Of Girls Killed In Guatemalan Orphanage Fire

This article was originally published by The Guardian on May 4th, 2017, by Fuller Project Correspondent Rossalyn Warren. Lawyers claim the disaster that killed 41 girls at the San José Pinula children’s shelter reflects wider state failings…

Women are Dying in Turkey

This article was originally published by Foreign Affairs on April 27th, 2017, by Nicole Tung and Fuller Project Correspondent Sophia Jones. On a quiet November evening in 2014, Eda Okutgen left her apartment in the…

Turkish Women Rising

This article was originally published by Ms. Magazine, in partnership with The Fuller Project, on April 26th, 2017, by Fuller Project Editor-in-Chief Christina Asquith and Correspondent Sophia Jones. Turkish women risk peril in demanding their…

‘Fake news’ fuelled civil war in Burundi. Now it’s being used again

This article was originally published by The Guardian on March 4th, 2017, by Fuller Project Correspondent Rossalyn Warren. Exiled journalists tell of how decades of balanced post-conflict reporting is being dismantled by President Nkurunziza. As…
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