In the latest issue of Ms., we feature stories and photos from marches around the world. We also chart the marches out by state and country to show the massive mobilization that the world witnessed on January 21—and ensure that we remember it, and remain inspired by it, for years to come.
Some groups are boycotting this year’s CSW as an act of protest against Trump’s Muslim ban. Others are speaking out on-site about his anti-woman policies.
There is still no global consensus around what some have called a global pandemic. Why is that?
86 percent of humanitarian aid workers report knowing a colleague who has experienced sexual violence in the course of their work.
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.
The incoming U.N. Secretary-General nominated three women to senior posts.
We now know the next Secretary General won’t be a woman, but will he be a feminist? Women’s groups expect no less.
A female Bank President would symbolize the increasing power of women—but a woman President alone will not be enough to right the Bank.
The bottom line? Peace, prosperity and security are not possible anywhere without women’s rights.
Last week, the United Nations Human Rights Council appointed its first Independent Expert on violence and discrimination against LGBT people.