Feminists Aren’t Done Fighting Back Against Rape in the World’s Most Dangerous Country for Women

India has been declared the most dangerous country for women in the world—and though government agents are pushing back on the decision, women’s rights activists are pushing on in their fight to end the epidemic of sexual assault there that continues to draw international headlines.

The High Cost of Education Inequality Worldwide

A new study by the World Bank measures the economic costs to nations which don’t educate girls—and the numbers are staggering. 

Finding Common Footing in the Fight to End Child Marriage

Conversations around child marriage all come down to sex: who should have it, when and with whom. Advocates are struggling to agree on all three questions.

Mongolian Yesterdays

Yuna Oyun—Mongolia’s first openly transgender woman—opens up about her journey.

Women at the UN are Still Waiting for Their #MeToo Moment

A New York Times report on the mishandling of sexual misconduct claims at the United Nations illustrates a pervasive lack of accountability for workplace harassment within the agency.

This Week in Women: Fighting Sexism at the World Cup

Soccer has come a long way in shaming and ending what was once widespread and accepted racism among fans in the sport. Where’s the push to stop sexism?

The Fight Against Upskirting in the UK isn’t Over

26-year-old Gina Martin has been campaigning in England and Wales to make upskirting illegal and hold perpetrators accountable—and she won’t stop until the law changes.

Mobilizing Against Molka: Exploring South Korea’s Largest-Ever Women-Led Protest

Over 30,000 women came together in Seoul to fight back against molka—hidden spy-cam pornography that is plaguing South Korea.

Inside Mozambique’s Women, Peace and Security Action Plan

New developments for Mozambique under the action plan include the creation of a new law against domestic violence and the signing of the UN Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women and the African Union’s protocol on women’s rights.

How Cash-in-Hand Can Empower Women and Girls Worldwide

About one billion people worldwide receive cash transfers as part of government programs. These exchanges illuminate how money can improve women’s lives—and the results are heartening. 

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