While we celebrate African Women’s Day we must not forget to call on African governments to honour their commitments to advance women’s political, social and economic rights.
While we applaud what President Mills achieved for his country, Ghana’s success story is far from over, and the women of Ghana must play a part in writing it.
Can you follow in the footsteps of the RenaisanceRe employees who helped Womankind raise over £23,000 at the 2012 London Marathon?
In the week that one of the most powerful women in the world visited Afghanistan, two more women were murdered in different parts of the country.
Singer and television actress, Heather Peace, recently used her new album to fundraise for Womankind.
Get some great tips and advice from the West Dorset Womankind Supporters group which has been fundraising for the last two years.
“It is not a new thing for women to struggle but what is important is how we brace up for the struggle and support each other to fight the injustices.”
Women’s autonomy and agency must be at the centre of efforts to improve women’s reproductive rights. So why is abortion still one of development’s greatest taboos?
“My chance to receive an education gave my life hope and meaning. I am happy I will have a bright future.” Take action to protect the rights of Afghan women like Frozan.
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