“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.”
The report said Myanmar has no female township administrators and just 0.11 percent of ward and village-tract adminis
A senior U.N.
As well as preventing sexual violence, assisting survivors of sexual violence in conflict has been a big theme at the
Indonesia has underscored the need for the international community to take concrete steps to put an end to violence a
A 100-page set of guidelines for the legal protection of the rights of women and children was launched by the Ministr
DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 12 June) –The lead convener in the Global Campaign on Women, Peace and Security dubbed
MANILA – “We are ready to share our experiences in the hopes of inspiring similar stories of success for
The Khmer Rouge have been blamed for many horrors in Cambodia, but until relatively recently the regime's use of sexu
The UN-backed war crimes court in Cambodia has been asked to examine a range of allegations covering the Khmer Rouge'
Women may get 79 or 14 percent of the total seats in the House of Representatives following April's legislative elect
Yangon ( AsiaNews) - The current political initiatives "based on religion", including the proposal for the
This briefing details how the Burmese Army has used rape and sexual violence with impunity for decades.
On 27 March 2014, a historic first was achieved: a peace agreement led by a woman chief mediator was signed.
The Burmese government's chief peace negotiator, Aung Min, suggested that women's involvement in the ongoing peace pr
Indonesian women and religious minorities have faced heightened discrimination as a result of the government's failur
Preliminary research in two provinces has found that a lack of implementation of the domestic violence law means that
They are victims of a conflict which ended decades ago.
A women's group says the military in Myanmar is still using rape as a weapon of war, with more than 100 women and gir
Today marks the launch of an important new report documenting ongoing crimes of sexual violence—over 100 cases