“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.”
The United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has pledged anew to help the new administration c
It has been said that the conditions of women and children reflect the state of affairs of that country.
Despite widespread criticism, the number of discriminatory bylaws continues to increase across the country, a leading
The modern Indonesian women's movement began in the early 1900s, hand-in-hand with the growing nationalism in the cou
The Karen are one of the largest ethnic groups in Burma, with a population estimated to be around 7 million.
As the number of reported sexual crimes in Timor Leste increases, survivors - mostly women and girls - must wait up t
Sixteen years after Burma's military regime reached a ceasefire deal with the country's second largest rebel group, t
Across emerging Asia, women are striving for progress.
Danielle Moore and Kristen Paonessa knew they wanted to do a cubicle-free international co-op that enabled them to ap
A local NGO has said it would distribute 5,000 books designed to increase awareness of laws and services related to r
Vietnam is evaluated as the best performer in Southeast Asia in terms of eradicating gender gap over the past 20 year
The legacy of the late Philippine President Corazon “Cory” Aquino continues with her inclusion in TIME Ma
Female garment workers in Cambodia who have migrated to the capital are more exposed to a risk of HIV infection becau
After helping resettle Cambodian immigrants in the United States and earning a master's degree in social work from th
Working women have added their voices to the clamor for the passage of the Reproductive Health (RH) Bill, amid strong
Amid incessant campaigns to end violence against women, the abuse of women continues right in front of our eyes.
As World AIDS Day is commemorated across the globe today, health officials in Indonesia are warning of a worrying inc
Catholics have joined with other Indonesians to launch an anti-sexual violence campaign to counter the increasing num
Women and children suffered terribly during the 2010 general election given the gun battles in border areas, accordin
Women leaders rallied behind Secretary Teresita Deles of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process
Cambodian women are increasingly finding work as domestic labour in Malaysia.
IT IS an irony, a painful one, that peacemakers who seek to broker a swift end to conflict and a lasting and enduring
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has provided critical medical and other assistance to tens of thousands of
An international human rights group expressed support Tuesday for Filipino women demanding an official apology from T
Following the recent eruption of Indonesia's Mount Merapi on October 26, the United Nations Population Fund (UNPFA) h
Last week's election victory by the junta-backed party in Burma is a setback for Charm Tong's work against military r
A regional workshop on International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and the protection of civilians was held in Jakarta on 8-
The Royal Government of Cambodia encourages for having more women participations in national and sub-national institu
As Burma gears up for its first election in more than 20 years, Ye Maung and Khin Pyu Win explore key issues facing i
The coming elections in Burma on Nov. 7 are not a step toward real democracy.
Many Indonesian women and girls, especially those from poor and marginalised communities, struggle to achieve reprodu
In an effort to strengthen the status of Indonesian women in politics and enhance their role in democratic governance
Cambodian government has affirmed its commitment to uplift women's status in society, especially, the women's role in
The Philippines on Friday supported adoption of two Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) declarations&mdash
A Vietnamese representative to the United Nations has affirmed Vietnam's support to UN Resolution 1325, which aims to
“While the men threw chairs and stones at each other every time they met, we women would sit down and discuss w
Women from Indonesia's conflict zones called upon the government to finalize a national action plan to end the violen
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung yesterday called on Southeast Asian women to maintain their prominent role in helping
Chiang Mai (Mizzima) – Human rights abuses were causing a health crisis for women and children in eastern Burma
The 14th ASEAN Confederation of Women's Organizations (ACWO) General Assembly Meeting opened in Vietnam's capital cit
Women and children bear brunt of health crisis in eastern Burma | Burman. diagnosis, Thai Children's Trust
Southeast Asian Human Rights Scholars' Network
A budget planning which has gender consideration in it from the very start will go a long way to reduce disparities b
The Ministry of Women and Child Protection is consulting the National Commission of Violence Against Women as it pres
The forum was organised by the Southeast Asian Human Rights Network and other partner organisations such as Mahidol U
A scheme supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) seeks to help needy households – mostly h
Ofelia Lubat, 45, has nine children. Her youngest son Marvin who turned one last September looks malnourished.
As the city`s partner, Women's Organization Cooperation Body (BKOW) always support and actively participate in the ci
Two former Catholic nuns will lead a 15-woman peace corps that will monitor a ceasefire between government and the Mo