“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.”
Magdalena Ehisa Tito, an elegant and extremely polite woman welcomed us into her home.
The women's Leadership for Peace and Security in the Greater Horn of Africa project was launched in 2009.
The 40 women conference participants dubbed G40 will in the five days of their discussions come up with an action pla
The First Lady of Somaliland Amina Sheikh Mohamed Waris inaugurated an international conference on the theme of &ldqu
The Libyan Women's Platform for Peace (LWPP) welcomes the passage of a new electoral law, which guarantees women at l
While women are not new to politics, women's presence and faces in politics have become increasingly more commonplace
Fifty years ago when Sierra Leone gained independence after 150 years of colonial rule, with it came a feeling of opt
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has been President of Liberia for a while now and is the first ever African woman to be elected
Gender Specialist at the Sierra Leone Conference on Transformation and Development (SLCDT), Madam Naasu Fofanah has s
The Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Prof.
Catherine Cherop does not allow the social construction of society's life to intimidate her.
"The power of women is in their stories.
What most of us know about Rwanda – other than the fact that it is a small country in central Africa – is
On the 25th of January at 10:00 a.m, EVE Organization invited the women's civil society and female activists to a pre
A South Sudanese women's alliance on Wednesday said the National Constitution Review Commission (NCRC) did not fully
Where are all the women in Syria's national uprising?
Libya will scrap a proposal for 10 percent of seats in a new national assembly to be set aside for women, a Western d
By all standards, 2011 was quite an exceptional year for men and women in the Arab world.
The bishops of Southern Africa have appointed Sister Hermenegild Makoro as the new Secretary- General of the Southern
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is a joint Nobel Peace Prize winner as a champion for women's rights, whose steely nerves have
Some women groups marched through Abuja on Monday to demonstrate support for the fuel subsidy withdrawal by the Feder
At first Samira Ibrahim was afraid to tell her father that Egyptian soldiers had detained her in Tahrir Square in Cai
Before we finally close the chapter on 2011, flipping a fresh page for a new beginning in 2012, let's not forget that
“The goal for more women in politics is not fewer men in politics but a more equitable society.” This is
High decorated ceremony organized by the organization of the Somali women known as COGWO that focused on the role of
Women have made significant advances in politics over the past few decades, with females having served as the head of