PublisHer: An industry-led Movement to Bring Gender Equality to World publishing

It’s time for Action

PublisHer is a call to action led by female publishing leaders to address their industry’s entrenched gender imbalances and drive an international agenda for change. PublisHer is an empowered community seeking creative, viable solutions to the many gender-based inequities that have long characterized world publishing and the other creative industries…

Founded by:

Founded by:

Bodour Al Qasimi

We are a small group of industry leaders committed to progress, partnerships, and action…

PublisHer in Brazil: a new chapter opens

PublisHer planted its flag in Brazil’s vibrant book industry this month at the invitation of Flavia Brevin, Head of Saber Educação and partner at Brazil’s largest...

‘Women at the Forefront’: Three Interviews From PublisHer at Nairobi

The second international event in the PublisHer series featured performance, discussion, and networking at the International Publishers Association’s ‘Africa Rising’...

First PublisHer Dinner: Working to Support Women in Publishing

Working to build a global, supportive community of women in publishing, the first PublisHer dinner brought together some 30 women making a difference in the book...

PublisHer is made possible by a growing list of supporters

A Growing Community committed to change

We are building a community of women across publishing and the creative industries who share ideas and collaborate to find creative solutions to the gender diversity and inclusivity challenges they face at work.

Meeting House: Alīse Nīgale

Publishing Consultant And PublisHer Board Member Emma House Interviews Inspiring Bookwomen Around The World. Alīse Nīgale is the co-founder and publisher at Liels un Mazs, an...

'Some say fiction is a reflection of life. But it is more than that. It is also a reflection of ...what can be. Unlike life, it is easy to perform magic in fiction. You can right life’s wrongs in fiction.'

@chikaunigwe @brittlepaper

'British-Ghanaian poet Victoria Adukwei Bulley has won the 2023 Rathbones Folio Prize in the Poetry... category for her debut poetry collection Quiet.

@victoriaadukwei @brittlepaper

'[For] a lot of us who are trauma survivors, YA books can be healing; there’s a lot of meaning to... the genre because of its ability to do that. I think the world of YA and what it can do.'


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