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How David Defeated Goliath: Volunteering for Womankind

Womankind volunteer, Laura, reflect on her experiences and why a partner-centred approach is the way to make real change.

BBC Lifeline: The Filming

See the photo story behind the filming of our BBC Lifeline Appeal, with Womankind staff, the BBC and the women and partners we work with

Womankind and partners to launch Post-2015 campaign at the UN

Womankind and our partner organisations will travel to New York to launch a new campaign, “Don’t roll back on women’s rights”.

Selma Dabbagh: ‘Out of It’

We’ve asked Selma Dabbagh some questions about her debut novel ‘Out of It’. She tells us about the characters, her inspiration and how she enjoys her book group.

Prime Minister’s Questions: Violence against women and girls

This week the Prime Minister answered questions on violence against women – read our thoughts on his responses.

Day 12 of 16: Anne from Kenya

Anne from Kenya shares her experiences of inheriting land and the struggle she went through to claim her rights

Day nine of 16: Thoko from Zimbabwe

Follow our 16 stories from women across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Today’s post is from Thoko in Zimbabwe

Day seven of 16: Gyselle from Tanzania

Follow our 16 stories from women across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Today’s post is from Gyselle from Tanzania

‘Women’s rights are never given; we have to fight for them’

On International Women Human Rights Defenders Day, we look at what can be done to support women defenders.

Day five of 16: Veronica from Liberia

Follow our 16 stories from women across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Today Veronica from Liberia shares her story