A new Womankind briefing sets out how the UK government can ensure women are central to its work in fragile and conflict-affected countries
On Monday Womankind attended a House of Lords Debate on the National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security
Womankind releases new publications focusing on women’s roles in local peacebuilding in Afghanistan, Liberia, Nepal and Sierra Leone
Gulandam from Afghanistan shares her inspiring story of hard work and success supported by Afghan Women Resource Centre
Violence against women is human rights violation on a massive scale. You can take action today.
It’s day 1 of Sixteen Days of Activism and we have Zarmina from Afghanistan sharing her experiences of violence
On Peace Day 2013, Womankind is honouring the vital role of women peacebuilders and calling on the UK government to ensure that their contributions are recognised at the local, national and international level.
It’s back to school season again in the UK, the perfect time to read about our partner’s work supporting women in Afghanistan to claim their right to an education.
While courageous Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai has become an important advocate for equal access to education, her story also illustrates the wider challenges facing women and girl activists.
News that the US will take part in direct peace talks with the Taliban has been met with concern by women’s rights activists in Afghanistan and around the world.
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