Female migrant workers are an example of strength and perseverance who often go unseen by a large proportion of society.
Nicole Williams, co-executive director of 500WS, along with Toni Mosley, manager for fellowship for the future, share the reality of being a woman in the field of science.
The web portal, created by two organisations, aims to help understand the current situation in the territory in conflict
Homosexuality, which is a fairly common practice among young and adult men, is not recognized as an orientation and is considered a sin and serious crime, and is strictly prohibited by Sharia law.
The Equinox Initiative for Racial Justice has published a report that analyses how to rethink EU Gender Equality Policy from an Intersectional Perspective.
UN Women has launched an infographic which informs about progress and challenges that women will face in a range of areas.
Pandemic makes women more vulnerable to corruption and threatens their jobs, health, well-being and the opportunity to voice their concerns.
The poorest and most vulnerable people have been the most affected by the effects of the pandemic all over the world.
The Moroccan writer, who lives in Catalonia, tells us about racism, xenophobia and prejudice, and how this is related to feminism.
Feminism only makes sense if it is diverse and includes all the different struggles. It is important to revisit our privileges and to consider if we’re leaving any less privileged group out.
The School for a Culture of Peace publishes a report looking into the implementation of the UN resolution on Women, Peace and Security in the region and highlighting the role played by social organizations in the process.
At a global level, women have a greater presence in associations working on care and services to others, as well as cultural and social ones. But then we see a much lower participation of women in unions or political associations.