Politics and Society

Semenya’s IAAF loss and the ethical implications
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Politics and Society Semenya’s IAAF loss and the ethical implications

The world is reacting to the International Association of Athletics Federation’s controversial rule regulating testosterone levels in female athletes, which will come into effect on 8 May. This comes after the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled in the federation’s favour in a landmark case filed by Caster Semenya, the South African 800m Olympic champion.

“Burkini Island” Zanzibar: Where Muslim girls are learning how to swim
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Politics and Society “Burkini Island” Zanzibar: Where Muslim girls are learning how to swim

Conservative Islamic culture and the absence of modest swimwear have discouraged girls from swimming, even when they live their lives surrounded by water. This has been true for the female inhabitants of Tanzania’s Zanzibar Island. Now the Panje Project is breaking the mold to teach women and girls swimming and aquatic safety.