Ethiopia Programme Manager Cristiana talks to police in Addis Ababa to hear how our partner AWSAD is working with them to combat violence against women.
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.
In a victory for Womankind’s partner DEMUS the national parliament of Peru has unanimously approved a Bill that will extend compensation to many more survivors of sexual violence in armed conflict.
Imagine your father pulling you out of school and marrying you off to fund your brother’s education. This is a reality that concerns many young women in rural Zambia.
Our partner AWRC and other Afghan women’s organizations created billboards to raise awareness about violence in each of Kabul’s districts for International Women’s Day.
Dynamic leaders from communities and women’s rights organisations in Peru visited London last week. Read about their impressions.
Women’s organisations in Peru are monitoring the commitment of President Humala’s newly elected government around women’s rights closely
The Government of Peru has announced it will re-open the case of forced sterilisation which affected more than 200,00 indigenous women in Peru in the 1990s.
Womankind’s partner in Uganda tells us about the challenges women face participating in the Peace, Recovery and Development Plan.
“We can’t let the men see any areas of weakness. They will use those as an excuse to throw out all of our recommendations. We must have a united front.”
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