"This isn't a "religious problem" or a "cultural problem", even though culture and religion are routinely invoked to justify a hatred of women that crosses over oceans and unites belief systems. This is a misogyny problem."
While in East Africa, I had the distinct opportunity of writing the cover story for the African Business Journal on kLab, Rwanda's hub for tech entrepreneurs. Read more about this refreshing and vibrant space of innovation in the Land of A Thousand Hills: http://www.tabj.co.za/emag/2013/July/Cover_Feature.php
It used to be that young people with humanitarian aspirations went into law or medical school...But today, increasing numbers of the most innovative change makers have decided to try to design their way to a more beautiful, just world.