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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.

A Safe House in Ethiopia is Changing Women’s Lives

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.

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Ruth Ojiambo Ochieng: I would like the international community to believe in the women’s movement

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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Netty Musanhu: The root cause of violence is inequality, it’s patriarchy, it’s socialisation

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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The road to peace and gender equality is not smooth

14 years on, and despite the good intentions of UN Resolution 1325, women are far from the centre of peace negotiations. Governments around the world need to take action

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Lily Thapa: The root cause of violence is the patriarchal society and gender discrimination

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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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 Fomen, 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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