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.
âWhat was most important to me was how the social worker encouraged me and told me I wasn’t alone. She also told me I had rights. I didn’t know; I needed that.â
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.
Police worker Saira has attended a course on domestic violence law run by Womankindâs partner the Afghan Womenâs Network.
One couple supported by our partner FEDO describe their battle to get justice after their daughter was raped and murdered during the civil war in Nepal.
Womankind CEO to chair panel with award-winning filmmaker Hanan Abdalla for UK premiere at Birds Eye View Film Festival.
Programme Manager Cintia Lavandera reports back on the “inspiring, energising and invigorating” atmosphere at the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW).
Next week, Womankind and our partner organisations will be at the United Nations attending the Commission on the Status of Women. But what is CSW and why is it so important?
Human rights abuses happen all over the world â and those responsible go to great lengths to conceal what is happening. Film is one way human rights abuses can be exposed.
Eleven years ago, during Sierra Leone’s civil war, Adama’s family were killed in front of her. She was captured and repeatedly raped. Now our partner Graceland is helping her to rebuild her life.
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