ولها وجوه أخرى (Wlaha Wogoh Okhra) is an online platform dedicated to Egyptian women’s issues. Using various journalism arts, it discusses Egyptian women’s issues and suggests solutions, following the norm “Journalism is for social change”. Their website was released in March 2013 (watch the promo here). Their journalistic platform raises women awareness of their rights on different levels, in addition to documenting Egyptian Women’s History, republishing (old journalistic pieces) in women’s magazines to revive feminist journalism and document women’s history of struggle. It is also a platform that helps open space for women to share their stories, writings about sufferings in Egypt. Believing in film and drama’s crucial role in changing mindsets, the group adapted a new line in analysis and coverage of some Egyptian and Arab movies, with a focus on how these films deal with women, releasing pieces of feminist criticism to such movies, and letting people watch them from a more feminist perspective.
Wlaha Wogoh Okhra’s website has had over 2.5 million hits since it was first launched. They try to do in-depth coverage and series reportages on contentious issues like: women living with HIV, commodification of women in the media and drama, Egyptian feminists suffering in light of stereotyping and tracking of the society. They covered sensitive issues outside Egypt too, including writing about child brides in Yemen, managing to be the first people to interview 13-year-old Nada AlAhdal in this regard. They also released a Feminist Cinematic Study (The First in Egypt in respect to Movies’ Posters) under the title “The status of women in the Egyptian film posters” (published on a monthly basis in episodes). They also organize online trainings for women journalists and mass communication students in feminist journalism. Wlaha Wogoh Okhra is also included in the “Guidebook Of The Feminist Groups In Egypt”.