The Lancet has published a series of papers on violence against women and girls and how to prevent it, with a call to action to the international community to end violence
An evaluation of our partner AWSAD in Ethiopia showed just how much they do to protect survivors of violence and prevent violence against women and girls.
Three months on from being fully funded through Catapult, what’s happened in our project: Supporting Girls in Afghanistan to Break the Cycle of Violence?
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
International Day of the Girl: Please support girls in Zambia to become leaders and receive the education they deserve
WiLDAF-Ghana continues the post-2015 campaign by engaging the public, civil society and the Ghanaian government
A new Womankind policy briefing calls on the incoming Government to ensure that its internationally-focused work delivers for women
Tomorrow (31st July 2014) we celebrate African Women’s Day and honour the achievements of women across Africa.
Bondu Manyeh, Director of Granceland Sierra Leone, describes why she started counselling women who had experienced violence
Womankind’s reaction to the outcomes of the Global Summit on Ending Sexual Violence in Conflict
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