#Honour Killing

  • Article: After Her Sister’s Murder, This UK Child Marriage Survivor Is Fighting to Change the Law

    After Her Sister’s Murder, This UK Child Marriage Survivor Is Fighting to Change the Law

    By James Hitchings-Hales|March 27, 2020

    Global Citizen talks to Payzee Mahmod — the activist and survivor fighting to ban child marriage. Read more

  • Article: Sister of 'Honour Killing' Victim Urges UK to Ban Child Marriage

    Sister of 'Honour Killing' Victim Urges UK to Ban Child Marriage

    By James Hitchings-Hales|Feb. 6, 2020

    England and Wales still allows 16 and 17-year-olds with parental consent. Read more

  • Article: Young Gay Britons Are Getting Married Just to Avoid Abuse

    Young Gay Britons Are Getting Married Just to Avoid Abuse

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Aug. 24, 2018

    Coming out in some cultures in the UK can lead to forced marriage, disownment, expulsion and abuse. Read more

  • Article: This British Comedian Used Common Twitter Trolls to Raise £120K For Women's Charity

    This British Comedian Used Common Twitter Trolls to Raise £120K For Women's Charity

    By Imogen Calderwood|March 9, 2018

    Richard Herring is responding to every one of these annoying queries. Read more

  • Article: 10 Ridiculously Sexist Laws You Won’t Believe Still Exist

    10 Ridiculously Sexist Laws You Won’t Believe Still Exist

    By Yosola Olorunshola|Nov. 28, 2016

    These discriminatory laws have no place in the twenty-first century. Read more

  • Article: The dangers of falling in love with the ‘wrong’ person

    The dangers of falling in love with the ‘wrong’ person

    By Ana Natividad|July 8, 2016

    Sometimes your family and friends are not fans of your significant other. Read more

  • Article: Pakistan’s Game-Changing Law Protects Women Against Violence

    Pakistan’s Game-Changing Law Protects Women Against Violence

    By Gina Darnaud |Feb. 29, 2016

    Will it help get at a root of the problem? Read more

  • Article: Oscar-Winning Film Is Sending Ripples of Change Across Pakistan

    Oscar-Winning Film Is Sending Ripples of Change Across Pakistan

    By Yosola Olorunshola|Feb. 29, 2016

    The Pakistani filmmakers Oscar is not the biggest achievement of her film: A Girl In the River. Read more