FourFourtwo – The Women’s Journal is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal of female issues in the arts and humanities.
Its editor, Annika Sanko, is an award-winning journalist and a contributing writer to the Guardian and The Times of London.
The journal has been featured on RTÉ News, Irish Independent, the BBC, the New Statesman, The Conversation and elsewhere.
A collection of essays, “What Is a Woman’s Journal?” is a selection of those articles, edited by Sanki, that were published in 2017.
The paper argues that women’s journals are important because they enable women to have a voice and access to information they otherwise would not have.
In an interview with The Irish Times, Sankie said the aim of the journal was to give women the ability to have their voices heard and to help shape the wider conversation about the world.
“The idea is that this journal is about exploring the ways in which women have been represented in society, and we hope to use the voices of women, and particularly women of colour, to explore how women are being represented,” she said.
“We hope that we will encourage more women to become involved and engage in the conversation around gender and representation.”
The goal is to provide a space where we can all come together, to be a resource for people to contribute to, to take part in, and to take ideas from.
We will also create a platform for women and women of color to engage in that conversation.
“There is an idea in the feminist movement that we need to start asking questions about the way we think, how we relate, how our gender and our sexuality are related.
This is a global journal that has the same goal. “
This is not just an Irish journal.
There is this notion that women don’t write in the journals because they don’t want to be written in, because they’re afraid they’re going to be ridiculed. “
What I have found in my work is that the women’s journal has a tremendous power.
There is this notion that women don’t write in the journals because they don’t want to be written in, because they’re afraid they’re going to be ridiculed.
It’s a very simplistic view of the women in society.”
I have found that, actually, women do write in and in very, very few of them have any problem with it.
There are lots of women who write in who are also extremely supportive of it.
“But what I find that is the most interesting thing is that in many ways, the women who do write are actually more aware of the way the journals are being used by men and the way they’re being used to attack women, which I think is incredibly dangerous.”
Sankio said the journal would be published as a subscription service, but that it would also be free.
“If we decide to go down this route, we’ll have an open access model and we’ll be able to publish it as a free journal, so that we can keep the money coming in and make sure that women can access it,” she told The Irish Telegraph.
Sankjie said she believed women should be able read the journal online, as they do in print.
The issue of women’s health The issue that has been most pressing to Sankita is the lack of information on women’s sexual and reproductive health, particularly around the subject of contraception. “
I think that’s why the Women’s Journals has always been free, because I believe that it’s a space that’s been created to give a voice to women in a very, much, often very under-represented space.”
The issue of women’s health The issue that has been most pressing to Sankita is the lack of information on women’s sexual and reproductive health, particularly around the subject of contraception.
“It’s something that I’m really interested in because I think women and people of colour are really not aware of it,” Sankji said.
She said that while women’s magazines have often covered contraception in the context of abortion, there was still “very little information” available on contraception.
Sinkio believes that the need for information on contraception and sexual and reproduction health has increased in recent years.
“For me, it’s about the fact that we are living in a world where sexual and gender-based violence are a regular part of our lives,” she explained.
“When we’re talking about sexual violence, I think that is a big issue because we don’t really have a safe place for women to talk about it.
It seems like there are more and more women who are coming forward to say that they’ve been sexually assaulted and there’s a lack of resources and information available to them.”
Sinki said she hopes the journal will be able do more to promote and encourage conversations about women’s reproductive health.
“One of the goals of the Women, Women of Colour, The Future and Futures journal is to encourage conversations around the way in which the health of women is being represented and to enable women who have experienced sexual and/or reproductive violence to speak up,” she added. Sajjan S