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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’s rights organisations are helping to tackle the Ebola crisis

Women's rights organisations are carrying out vital work in ebola-affected countries: Womankind reflects on the work of our partners to support women and girls

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Jessenia Casani: The root cause of violence is the sexist culture

Five women, Five voices: We've launched a series of films focusing on the root causes of violence against women and girls and the vital role of women's rights organisations

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What do Bolivia’s election results mean for women?

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

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Hannah Koroma: We have one common cause, we want to be empowered.

Five women, five voices: We've launched a series of films featuring inspiring individuals from women’s rights organisations across the globe

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International Day of the Girl: Girls in Zambia deserve equal rights

International Day of the Girl: Please support girls in Zambia to become leaders and receive the education they deserve

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Womankind welcomes new UNHCR policy

A new policy from the UN High Commissioner for Refugees aims to find alternative living environments to refugee camps

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Finding a voice

Programme Manager Reineira Arguello looks at how Womankind and our Bolivian partner are supporting indigenous women to find their voices

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Un hombre No Viola – A Real Man Doesn’t Rape

Read about our Trustee David Goldsworthy's trip to Peru where he met with our partner DEMUS to learn more about its work

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