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Gov’t climate change body underscores role of women in climate action
'With women at the forefront, we can be assured that community-based interventions to adapt to climate and disaster impacts are equitable and effective'
‘Women’s Cry’ photo exposition at Vatican depicts suffering of women throughout...
The snapshots show the faces of girls and women young and old from the heart of the Amazon to the shantytowns of Brazil
Digital divide hits women harder in poor countries: UN
The lack of access poses serious risks that women will be left behind economically in an increasingly digitally connected world
Afghan women protesters urge against foreign recognition of Taliban
Protesters opposing creeping curbs on women's rights have been beaten or detained since the Taliban surged back to power in 2021
Indonesian Indigenous woman among 2023 winners of ‘Nobel’ for environmentalists
Delima traveled from village to village and educated communities about laws that support the recognition of Indigenous peoples’ rights
Family planning in India: A woman’s burden
India is set to become the world's most populous nation by mid-year, according to UN figures
Michelle Yeoh urges women to resist being ‘put in a box’
The Malaysian star returned to themes that had been staples of her awards season interviews
Women groups call for end to attacks on women human rights...
“Governments are targeting human rights defenders for speaking about the issues that people face"
Bangladeshi Muslim cleric among four held for stoning woman over affair
Decades ago, village councils in rural Bangladesh commonly used sharia to punish Muslim women accused of adultery
Women as first witnesses
They even stood at the foot of the cross at the time when all the rest of men went running away