#LeveltheLaw

  • Article: The Gambia Is Rewriting Sexist Laws to End Gender Discrimination
    ImpactGirls & Women

    The Gambia Is Rewriting Sexist Laws to End Gender Discrimination

    By Neha Shah|Oct. 3, 2018

    Thanks to Global Citizens, the country is set to #LeveltheLaw. Read more

  • Article: Rape Cases Must Be Processed Faster, India's Supreme Court Rules
    Girls & Women

    Rape Cases Must Be Processed Faster, India's Supreme Court Rules

    May 2, 2018|Voice of America

    The government approved the death penalty last month for those convicted. Read more

  • Article: Why We Need to #LevelTheLaw
    Girls & Women

    Why We Need to #LevelTheLaw

    By Simon Moss|Feb. 21, 2018

    What more needs to be done to fight for gender equality? Read more

  • Article: This Canadian High School Is Giving Muslim Athletes Custom Hijabs
    Girls & Women

    This Canadian High School Is Giving Muslim Athletes Custom Hijabs

    By Jackie Marchildon|Oct. 18, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Because hijab-wearing girls play sports, too. Read more

  • Article: New York Has Finally Outlawed Child Marriage
    Girls & Women

    New York Has Finally Outlawed Child Marriage

    By Cassie Carothers|June 20, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    "Child marriage is a dirty secret in the US." Read more

  • Article: Michigan Is Poised to Outlaw Female Genital Mutilation, But It’s Still Legal in 26 US States
    Girls & Women

    Michigan Is Poised to Outlaw Female Genital Mutilation, But It’s Still Legal in 26 US States

    By Gabriella Canal|May 2, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    That’s not acceptable. Read more

  • Article: Finally! Jordan Set to Appeal Rape Law Loophole
    Girls & Women

    Finally! Jordan Set to Appeal Rape Law Loophole

    By Colleen Curry|April 28, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    And Jordan isn’t the only place. Read more

  • Article: Malawi Finally Outlaws Child Marriage
    Girls & Women

    Malawi Finally Outlaws Child Marriage

    By James Hitchings-Hales|April 26, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    But it's still legal in Bangladesh, Tanzania, and New York City. Read more