“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.”
Since democracy was restored two decades ago, Chile has worked hard to progress in areas as essential as the reestabl
"When we women speak out, without showing fear, we pay a high price: living with that fear," says one peace
The September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks brought about many changes in American society.
The Bolivian goverment ratified its support for the Regional Peace Plan proposed by Venezuela to Colombia, in order t
Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues Melanne Verveer, Executive Director of the White House Council on Women
In this interview Marcia talks about achievements and set backs of the Nicaraguan women's movement over the last few
Four days after Roberto Micheletti took over Honduras in the June 28, 2009, military coup, he appointed his own nephe
Women hold less than 30 percent of senior positions in the U.S.
Two powerful forces have swept through Honduras since the June 28, 2009, coup that deposed President Manuel "Mel
The headquarters building here is undergoing renovations.
Afghan women walk past a guesthouse damaged a day after the suicide attacks in Kabul, 27 Feb. 2010
On this International Women's Day, it is fitting that we reflect upon United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325
Speech by Inés Alberdi, UNIFEM Executive Director
Date: 4 March 2010
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke briefly yesterday about the need for Afghan women and girls to be involved i
SECRETARY CLINTON: Well, good afternoon, everyone.