#Womens Rights

  • Article: 4 Things the World Can Learn From South Africa About Racial Justice

    4 Things the World Can Learn From South Africa About Racial Justice

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|June 18, 2020

    We spoke to CEOs of Nelson Mandela Foundation and Ahmed Kathrada Foundation about systemic racism. Read more

  • Article: Just 55% of Women Can Access Health Care, Make Decisions About Contraception, and Say No to Sex

    Just 55% of Women Can Access Health Care, Make Decisions About Contraception, and Say No to Sex

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|April 2, 2020

    The study explored women's rights to make decisions on sex and reproductive healthcare. Read more

  • Article: This Woman Rewrote the Alphabet to Represent South Africa’s Iconic Women

    This Woman Rewrote the Alphabet to Represent South Africa’s Iconic Women

    From Beautiful News|Aug. 8, 2019

    “Women’s history is neglected history.” Read more

  • Article: Saudi Women No Longer Need a Man's Permission to Travel

    Saudi Women No Longer Need a Man's Permission to Travel

    By Gabrielle Deonath|Aug. 2, 2019

    The move could be a major step for women’s rights, but some fear it’s too good to be true. Read more

  • Article: Hungary Faces 'Worrying Course' on Women's and Refugee Rights, Expert Says

    Hungary Faces 'Worrying Course' on Women's and Refugee Rights, Expert Says

    By Leah Rodriguez|Feb. 13, 2019

    Advocates press the country to step up for equality. Read more

  • Article: UN Calls French Burqa Ban a Human Rights Violation

    UN Calls French Burqa Ban a Human Rights Violation

    By Daniele Selby  and  Carmen Singer|Oct. 23, 2018

    France was the first country in Western Europe to pass a burqa ban. Read more

  • Article: Tanzania Pardoned 2 Child Rapists, Prompting Grave Concern

    Tanzania Pardoned 2 Child Rapists, Prompting Grave Concern

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Dec. 13, 2017

    The victims were 10 schoolgirls aged 6-8. Read more