Single mother Ruth has gained confidence to promote peace, volunteer in her community, and think about becoming a Councillor through the Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe.
Womankind CEO to chair panel with award-winning filmmaker Hanan Abdalla for UK premiere at Birds Eye View Film Festival.
“I was married at the age of 14. I didn’t want to agree to the marriage, it was arranged. I wanted to study and become a teacher.”
International Women’s Day in the UK is getting bigger every year. See our pick of the events focusing on women and women’s rights throughout March.
Our partners are working tirelessly to tackle the biggest barrier of all to girls’ education: the gender inequality that stops young women from accessing learning.
Womankind Ambassador Amisha Ghadiali has nearly all of her hair cut off for us. Why did she do it and will we still recognise her?
Singer and television actress, Heather Peace, recently used her new album to fundraise for Womankind.
Saturday 23 June 2012 is International Widow’s Day. This linkpost explains why we need a day to recognise the discrimination widows face.
Sita’s life changed dramatically when her husband was killed in an accident. Women for Human Rights helped her gain independence and freedom from a violent family.
Many of the women we support are mothers. For Mother’s Day Ellen Stuart reflects on the ways her own mother has encouraged her to speak up for herself and other women.
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