Disrupting the Solitude of Women

How women abort when it is forbidden—and the networks that help them.

India’s First Women’s Mosque Goes Solar

Shaista Ambar’s initiative is an example to follow—not only for women in India, but for those around the world.

Russia Just Legalized Domestic Violence

Millions of lives were put at risk in January when Russia’s lower house of parliament voted 368-1 to decriminalize some domestic violence charges. Today, President Vladimir Putin signed it into law.

NEWSFLASH: Donald Trump Just Put Millions of Women At Risk

Let’s not mince words: The Global Gag Rule kills women.

My New Home

“You can take this to America,” she said, “you can show your family when you return in two years.” That was the last time we spoke.

Anti-Abortion Ideology is On the Rise in Europe

The rise of conservative politics means that the anti-abortion movement is having a comeback in Europe.

Striking—and Fighting—for Abortion and an End to Violence in Latin America

It was October 19, 2016—the day of the first women’s strike in Argentina. It was the day 80,000 people took the streets of Santiago to proclaim: “Not One Less.”

Five Steps to a Feminist Foreign Policy

The next administration should build on what has been learned about the correlations between equality, participation and peace. These are the five steps they have to take in order to do it.

NEWSFLASH: Three Women Will Hold Senior Positions in the U.N.

The incoming U.N. Secretary-General nominated three women to senior posts.

Sanctioned Casualties of War

When Dr. Hania Morsi Fadl invited members of Sudan’s high society to celebrate the opening of the Khartoum Breast Care Centre in 2010, no one even responded.