“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.”
As we reflect upon another year gone by, we do so upon a tide of turmoil, hope and revolution sweeping across the Ara
Crisis and trouble in the world dominate the headlines, but a woman's world remains silent and unnoticed.
“Civil society can and should monitor and evaluate the implementation of the resolution on the national level a
In the frame of his visit to the Republic of Kazakhstan to participate in Astana OSCE Summit, UN Secretary-General, M
Women leaders rallied behind Secretary Teresita Deles of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process
IT IS an irony, a painful one, that peacemakers who seek to broker a swift end to conflict and a lasting and enduring
Women have long played a positive role in the building of peace and security in the Pacific.
Championing the emancipation of Afghan women is emerging as a possible non-military, post-combat role for Canada as p
Switzerland is taking further steps to implement an international resolution that aims to increase the participation
Since democracy was restored two decades ago, Chile has worked hard to progress in areas as essential as the reestabl
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today reiterated his pledge to empower women, underlining the crucial role they play in
"When we women speak out, without showing fear, we pay a high price: living with that fear," says one peace
The Azerbaijani and Armenian women' organizations should be involved in resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict,
Norwegian Deputy Minister for International Cooperation and Environment, Ingrid Fiskaa, underscored that for more wom
Delegates from Asian countries gathered in Jakarta on Wednesday to discuss how best to implement UN Security Council
UNDP Peace and Development Program jointly with “Women-Leaders of Jalalabat” Association successfully con
Women activists have developed a manifesto through which they will inform political parties and stakeholders about ge
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Dozens of Afghan women from the provinces of Kandahar in the south to Takhar in the north are calling on Afghan leade
Terrorism and Afghan insurgency have so overshadowed other issues in Pakistan that it sometimes feels like we -- comm
United Nations “Global Open Day for Women and Peace” kicks off 10th anniversary commemorations of UN
Concluding a two-day conference bringing together government leaders and nearly 100 experts on women's human and poli
Amnesty International has welcomed a decision by the Philippine government to implement a United Nations (UN) Securit
I went to see the film Avatar the other day.
Women hold less than 30 percent of senior positions in the U.S.
This report, submitted to the African Union (AU) Peace and Security Council (PSC) on the status of Women and Children
For over two decades now, the tiny nation Somalia, in the Horn of Africa, has endured protracted militarized violence
While “some progress” in advancing gender equality has transpired over the last 15 years, much work remai
The headquarters building here is undergoing renovations.
On this International Women's Day, it is fitting that we reflect upon United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325
As an individual working specifically on issues affecting women survivors of war, I was excited to see on the CSW age
Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,
The Democratic Republic of the Congo has entered into the post-conflict era, giving way to a volatile, yet fruitful t