Inspired by a visit from our partners, Policy and Advocacy Manager Lee takes us on a tour of some women’s rights related spots around Parliament.
Events following the tragic death of “Damini” speak about the links between gender inequality, violence against women and a country’s instability.
Find out how Foreign Secretary William Hague responded to our call for 15% existing conflict funding to be ringfenced for women’s rights. It’s not too late to take action!
Policy Manager Lee looks at what Justine Greening’s first speech as Secretary of State for International Development might mean for women.
To mark Peace Day on 21 Sept we are launching a new campaign to put women at the heart of peace and research showing how women build peace from the ground up.
Last week the United States government announced 1.5 million dollars of new funding to support women’s participation in peacebuilding in Nepal, Philippines and Yemen.
Policy Manager Lee Webster digs through the jargon to discover what the government’s new National Action Plan means for women living in conflict.
Volunteer Katrina French reflects on a speech by Andrew Mitchell MP on the government’s commitment to women, and asks what it means for Womankind partners in South Africa.
31 October isn’t just about pumpkins and trick or treat: 11 years ago today the UN Security Council adopted a new resolution which recognised the impact of conflict on women.
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