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Women’s voices

We aim to amplify the voices of the women we work with in our partner organisations, and the women they support. You can also read contributions from our staff, volunteers and supporters.

Women rights organisation supporting Burundi refugees in Tanzania

During Refugee Week, we highlight the work of our partner organisation Women's Legal Aid Centre in Tanzania which has worked with refugees since 2008

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The journey into women’s rights

Rosalind Bygott, former volunteer, shares her experience of volunteering at Womankind and how it has inspired her to study and work on women’s rights in the future

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Peru shelves proposed bill to legalise abortion in cases of sexual assault

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

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Change your World in 2015 and beyond!

Ever wondered how you could change the world around you? Lee Webster, Head of Policy and Communications, shares her insider tips and insights on campaigning for change

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Feminist Encounters (Encuentros Feministas) – A root for feminist activism and solidarity

Womankind’s CEO Susana Klien reflects on feminist activism and solidarity in Latin America and the Caribbean for the 13th Feminist Encounter (Encuentro Feminista; EFLAC)

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Peru: Women and Girls Fighting for Justice

Womankind’s Programme Manager Catherine Klirodotakou reflects on her visit to Peru and the stories of hope from the women she met, even in the face of violence.

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CSW 59 Political Declaration: A step backwards

At CSW this week women's rights organisations are disappointed by the Political Declaration adopted by governments

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How we’re stopping violence against women and girls in Zimbabwe

Support our Stop Violence appeal and your donation will be matched by the UK government, helping even more women like Patience in Zimbabawe.

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