Peace Heroes: Palestine’s Lucy Talgieh

Lucy Talgieh, a newly-elected municipal representative in Bethlehem, Palestine talked to Ms. about women’s rights, eradicating extremism and promoting a more peaceful homeland.

The Manchester Bombing Was an Attack on Women and Girls

The horrific bombing on Manchester was very much purposefully an attack against women and girls.

Australia Must Address Domestic Violence

Judging by our domestic violence rate, women are not “mates” in Australia—and never have been.

In a Country Where Widows Are Witches

“They said that I killed my husband and declared me a witch.” Christiana’s story show just some of the challenges that face widows in Nigeria.

What a Real Feminist Foreign Policy Looks Like

Building the bricks and mortar of gender equity in other countries isn’t straightforward. But it can be done.

Justice for the Women of El Salvador is Long Overdue

In El Salvador, being poor and pregnant means losing your basic rights. Now, the nation’s lawmakers are considering permitting abortion in specific situations.

Postcard from Havana: A Lack of Childcare Leaves Cuban Women in Quandary

Many ordinary Cubans simply cannot afford to have children, and many Cuban women are reluctant to.

NEWSFLASH: Mexico City Prosecutor Blames Woman for Her Own Death

After Lesby Berlin Osorio was strangled to death, the Office of the Public Prosecutor took to Twitter to blame her for her own murder.

Peace Heroes: ICAN’s Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini

Born in Iran and a refugee in the UK by the age of 11, Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini has been a leading international advocate and peace strategist for 20 years.

There Is No Women’s Economic Empowerment Without Reproductive Empowerment

We urge Ivanka Trump and the Trump Administration to recognize that health, education and reproductive rights are fundamental building blocks of economic empowerment.

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