“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.”
In a country where machismo is still the rule, Sandra Torres doesn't cut the demure figure of past first ladies.
Cuban president Raúl Castro Ruz chaired the political-cultural ceremony celebrating the 50th anniversary of th
Earlier this month, I traveled to Port-au-Prince as a part of a GFW delegation to learn about the current situation o
Prior to the January 12 earthquake, almost half of the households in Haiti were exclusively matriarchal, at least in
“President Bachelet is widely acknowledged to be one of Latin America's most accomplished and popular heads of
The 11th Regional Conference on Latin American and Caribbean Women closes Friday with the approval of the "Brasi
Cuba was elected Tuesday in Brazil one of th vice presidents of the 11th session of the Regional Conference on Women
Something that gets lost in all the coverage of the Haiti earthquake is how people on the ground organize in the face
Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Oberlene Smith-Whyte, is making an impact as a United Nations peacekeeper, win
On June 30th the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) held a special policy dialogue on “The role of women in c
A loose-knit coalition of 106 organizations called Femmes Citoyennes Haiti Solidaire, or Women Citizens Haiti United,
Haitian women have been increasingly vocal and active in social, political, and economic issues since the fall of the
Kamla Persad-Bissessar may never want the year 2010 to end.
The voices of Haitian women and their families were highlighted at a side event in relation to the Commission on the