“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.”
Colombia's former minister of justice emphasized the need for the country's judges to familiarize themselves with int
There are no Haitians in the Montreal neighborhood where Lovely lives.
Colombia's president has approved a law that makes acts of sexual violence committed during the country's long-standi
The 45-member U.N.
The important role women play in peace and security was discussed March 12 at a William J.
On February 25, Georgetown University will host former Secretary of State and likely 2016 presidential candidate Hill
The documentation centre No habrá paz sin las mujeres [There will be no peace without women] enables female le
Britain's foreign minister William Hague has urged world leaders to make tackling and rape in armed conflicts a top g
On 14 January 2014 the closing ceremony of the VII course on Women Leadership was held in the municipality of Antiguo
The NDP is joining forces with the Native Women's Association of Canada (NWAC) to urge the Conservative government to
For those of you who have blocked out memory of the long battle to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act that wa
Jenny Pierce's recent piece about El Salvador on the Inter-American Development Bank's blog, Sin Miedos, questioned w
Washington — The Obama administration is redoubling its efforts to end gender violence in the United States, as
If regular armies are generally a man's world, guerrillas and insurgent forces are just the contrary.
With El Salvador's gang truce teetering on the brink, it's high time to get women involved in any peace negotiations
This past Saturday marked three years since Haiti was stuck by a devastating earthquake.
It's been four years since Port-au-Prince collapsed, and Haiti's women are still working through the damage—bot