Work Diaries: Reflections from a Young Feminist on Activist Burnout

Fatma Emam is a young feminist activist working on women’s rights in Cairo, Egypt. She is lead researcher of Nazra for Feminist Studies, a young feminist-led research organization, and a GFW grantee partner, seeking to highlight a younger voice within the human rights and feminist movements in Egypt. Brownie is Fatma’s blog which she updates regularly with news and reflections on young feminist activism in the Arab world. Read her recent blog post highlighting burnout among young feminists through her personal reflections, that she also shared with the young Feminist Wire Community hoping that it will resonate with other activists. Read full post

Guest blog source: Brownie and AWID’s Young Feminist Wire


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