In a guest post Patricia Isabella Essel from our partner WiLDAF Ghana explains the impact of violence against women on Ghana’s social and economic growth.
For Mother’s Day this year we’re honouring the mothers in Ethiopia who are breaking the cycle of Female Genital Mutilation with the help of our partners.
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.
Women across the world are determined to be heard. In Liberia we’ve seen first-hand how radio can play a crucial role in helping Liberian women live free from violence and confront inequality.
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.
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.
Womankind’s Head of Programmes visited Liberia last week in the midst of election fever. She found that Liberians cannot wait for change.
Catherine is in Liberia at the moment, hear her thoughts on the news that Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Leymah Gbowee have won the Nobel Peace Prize.
Womankind volunteer Giuliana reports back on an inspiring couple of days at the UK Feminista summer school in Birmingham.
Womankind attended an event recently at which Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf spoke about the challenges of post-war reconstruction.
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