The Future of U.S. Leadership in Ending Gender-Based Violence in Emergencies

It is vital that the U.S. continue to act to prevent violence against women and girls already suffering from conflict and violence.

Grad Students are Unionizing to Fight Campus Sexual Assault

A certified union at Columbia University would mean higher compensation, better benefits and improved labor protections for graduate research and teaching assistants. It would also be a powerful force to fight campus sexual assault.

Former Pennsylvania Lawmaker Admits He Sexually Assaulted His 103-Year-Old Mother-In-Law

Yup. You read that right.

Her Name is Charleena Lyles

Her name is Charleena Lyles. And we must include her name—and those of black women around the country whose lives have been taken by police—in this dialogue for racial justice and for women’s rights.

After the Bill Cosby Verdict, the Fight Against Rape Culture Goes On

Cosby’s case brought the subject of violence against women out into the open.

The System Failed Us All: The Castile Verdict is a Feminist Issue

Reproductive justice, threatened motherhood and violence against women and children all come into play in the complex aftermath of racial profiling and police brutality.

We Need to Address America’s Gun Violence Problem

There have been 154 mass shootings in the U.S. this year alone. But when it comes to the gun violence epidemic in the U.S., mass shootings are only the tip of the iceberg—especially for women.

The Abuser-in-Chief’s Budget

President Trump’s proposed budget reflects his lack of interest in supporting survivors.

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.

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