Under Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller’s leadership, NATO has redoubled efforts to integrate women’s perspectives and participation.
In a powerful video, four Syrian peace-builders share a single message to the world: Syrian women have ambitions and capacities to make change.
Nepali women played a crucial role in relief efforts after an earthquake and a decade of civil war—and many continue to help the country as it moves into long-term recovery initiatives.
Data is essential to achieving the goals expressed by feminist advocates and lawmakers—yet we are still grappling to collect and use data that highlights the unique experiences of women and girls and reveals barriers to gender equality.
We’ve seen groundbreaking shifts in the treatment of conflict-related sexual violence by the UN Security Council in recent years. Unfortunately, there is still a long way to go.
Violence against women and gaps in political representation are among the key factors in where the U.S. stands compared to the rest of the world on gender issues. But improvement is possible.
As communities begin the often long, challenging and costly process of disaster recovery—and preparation for future disasters—they must not turn a blind eye to women’s needs.
The number of women ambassadors to Washington, DC has been steadily dropping since 2013.
Women played an important role in shaping the Colombian peace agreement, which ended the longest armed conflict in the Western Hemisphere.