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[MAP] Rabat -Morocco's House of Representatives (lower house) adopted on Wednesday a draft law to combat violence against women.
Liberia:The Need for a Woman Senator to Replace Pres. Weah - Bridging the 26-Male - 2-Female Disparity
[NEWS] After a heated political contest for the Liberian presidency, the dust is now settled with the election of Amb. George Weah and Senator Jewel Howard Taylor as President and Vice President (...)
[Govt of SA] South African Government and UNICEF promote community-based care, parenting and mencare at Swedish' Global Solutions summit to end violence against (...)
The work of a gynaecologist who treats rape victims who have been subjected to sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is the focus of a film which has just been released. (...)
Although women are outpacing men in achieving higher levels of education, they are still more likely to pursue the humanities as opposed to science, technology, engineering and mathematics. (...)
MOHESHALI, Bangladesh – Something went terribly wrong when Asta Banu gave birth. Her labour was difficult and seemed to take forever. When the baby – a boy – was finally born, he was unresponsive. (...)
Pakistani education activist and violence survivor Malala Yousafzai will mark her 16th birthday on 12 July 2013, at United Nations headquarters by giving her first high-level public appearance (...)
UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Nicole Kidman and UN Women Acting Head Lakshmi Puri are to receive awards from the Cinema for Peace Foundation today. They will be honoured at an evening event in (...)
Students from Uganda and Taiwan have been named the winners of the first Women’s Empowerment Award at Microsoft’s global student software competition Imagine Cup for cost-effective applications (...)
Nearly a quarter of all Iraqi children are living in poverty, and in the wake of more than four years of violence, families are being pushed to “extreme measures” in order to survive, said the (...)
More than 5,000 child soldiers released in 2017, but tens of thousands still being used in conflict – UN
The global commitment to end the use of children in armed conflict led to the release and reintegration of more than 5,000 children in 2017, but tens of thousands of boys and girls are still (...)
It is time to support and invest in women and girls who want to pursue careers in scientific research, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres said in a message to mark the International (...)
The literature has established that the alarming female poverty rate in India is a crucial factor contributing to ‘missing elderly women’.
The gig economy is expanding globally, with exponential growth forecast in traditionally female-dominated sectors – notably on-demand household services including cooking, cleaning and care (...)
The notion that social protection should be a key strategy for reducing poverty in developing countries has now been mainstreamed within international development policy and (...)