Womankind reports on the disappointment of women’s rights organisations in the abandonment of the proposed bill to legalise abortion in cases of sexual assault in Peru
What do Bolivia’s election results mean for women? Womankind’s Head of Programmes looks at the positive changes Evo Morales’ government has had on women’s rights
Programme Manager Reineira Arguello looks at how Womankind and our Bolivian partner are supporting indigenous women to find their voices
Women’s rights organisations around the world are the unstoppable momentum in ending violence; but they need support…
On his first Father’s Day as a dad, Womankind staff member Tom thinks about the day he’ll have to have ‘that’ awkward conversation with his son.
Domestic violence affects women in every part of the world. But a new international survey suggests that attitudes to domestic violence are changing for the better.
Human rights abuses happen all over the world – and those responsible go to great lengths to conceal what is happening. Film is one way human rights abuses can be exposed.
"I now know how to defend my rights for myself. I want my sons to learn that they should not make other people suffer by being violent."
"I had lived with violence all my life since I was very little and I thought it was normal. I learned that if someone hits you or insults you it is not because they love you."
“I’ve learnt firsthand that if you change women’s lives you’ll probably change children’s lives and men’s lives for the better too. The end result is a better, fairer world.”
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