“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
Among the most prevalent Western stereotypes about Muslim countries are those concerning Muslim women: doe-eyed, veil
2011 did not witness the first Egyptian revolution.
Many Somali women have lost their husbands and eldest sons, who either died in the country's conflict or simply left
Women are playing a leading role in a powerful social movement addressing natural resource protection, adaptation to
Sitting cross-legged on blue velour cushions on the living room floor, the women of the self-help brigade sip green t
Many Americans have a certain image of the average Middle Eastern woman.
In the small Latin American country of Guatemala, violence against women is a widespread problem girls deal with from
In Pakistan, Salman Taseer's assassination in early January has blown the lid off the seething cauldron that has been
Civil society has called upon the government to take special measures for reducing gender gaps as are revealed in nat
Women in rural areas are particularly vulnerable to oppression by family and society because of lack of education and
It all began on February 12, 1983, when outspoken lawyers, doctors and activists stood up against the discriminatory
Disability access, environment management, women and children's health issues, and improving health service delivery
In a meeting on Sunday with more than 20 representatives of women's organisations in the Kurdistan Region, President
2011 is going to be the year of women for the world's largest and most powerful international Muslim body.
Parveena Ahangar's unassuming nature and calm demeanour does not betray the pain and agony that the Srinagar-based fo
We know what the birth of a revolution looks like: A student stands before a tank.