“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.”
Women should be included in the ongoing Burma's peace-talk process between the government and ethnic armed groups, a
For Tamils, the end of Sri Lanka's civil war has brought no peace dividend; for Tamil women, peace has brought with i
The issues surro
The outgoing batch of the Philippine United Nations Police (UNPOL) Contingent in Timor-Leste was recently honored in
The Fiji Women's Rights Movement has indicated its wish to participate in the consultation stages of the constitution
On the diplomatic front the Korean ambassador to the United Nations was named president of the forty-one-nation gover
Myanmar and its army are continuing a “systematic repression” of citizens, namely in ethnic areas with on
18 January 2012 – Representatives from the United Nations and South-east Asian nations have teamed up to explor
In an impassioned plea for peace, twenty-two women's organizations in South Korea make their case for a better world
In Bajaur Agency,
How can we, as a nation in times like today, survive let alone talk of progressing if the women in our society are ta
It's perhaps the only market in the world where all the vendors are women.
Just 15 years old, Sahar Gul has become the bruised and bloodied face of women's rights in Afghanistan.