“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
Washington, Oct 30, 2013 (SPS)
In a country where women's' rights are still fiercely contested, Soosan Firooz has added a strong new voice to the de
In the Solomon Islands in the south-west Pacific, where two in three of the estimated female population of 252,000 ha
Two Indonesian women peace activists have won the 2013 N-Peace Awards for their efforts to promote women's equality a
The Indian government has come under severe criticism in a UN-sponsored study for losing its focus on broader sexual
The government needs to do more to protect migrant workers, ensure that women have access to legal aid, bring cases o
Fighting to make Bosnia-Herzegovina's constitution acknowledge women
"Congolese officials should fulfill their obligations...
Haiti is the poorest country in the Americas and after the 2010 earthquake, which killed an estimated 220,000 people,
The International Committee of the Red Cross is stepping up its focus on victims of sexual violence in armed conflict
Nearly 2,000 widows who have been abandoned by society and their families live in government shelters lacking basic a
While political parties are busy preparing for the second Constituent Assembly (CA) election and working on their man
The modern Arab world has never known a female leader, and against all odds, Syria may be the country where it happen
"Wrongful gender stereotyping is a pervasive human rights violation.