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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.

Rebuilding women’s lives in Zimbabwe

Polite from Zimbabwe was forced into a polygamous marriage at 14, but with the help of our partner Musasa is now living free from violence and supporting her children

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Zimbabwe: Political changes and women’s rights

Political changes in Zimbabwe are creating challenges for women's rights organisations, but our partners have the expertise to make real change for women

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The road to women’s rights

2015 is an unprecedented opportunity to secure progress on women’s rights with key international events taking place that could change the world for women

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Volunteering at Womankind

A former volunteer talks about her experiences of volunteering with the Programmes team - including carrying out research, organising events and supporting partners' projects

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Team Womankind: The Great Ethiopian Run 2014

Our Trusts and Grants Manager Louise tells of the first Womankind team to tackle the Great Ethiopian Run - and raise over £8000 for our partners

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Women’s rights are human rights

Women's rights are human rights: For decades women activists have campaigned for legal frameworks and practical action to protect and promote women's rights

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Emily Sikazwe – Women for Change

We profile the first Executive Director of our Zambian partner Women for Change who recently visited the UK to promote our new research report 'Prevention is Possible'

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World Aids Day 2014

Gender inequality is one of the driving factors of women's increased susceptibility to HIV. On World Aids Day, we look at the work of our partners in supporting women living with HIV

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