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Lea Surugue and Gisella Ligios report on the Roma women fighting to make the Czech...

Feminist students have occupied universities across Chile.

Chilean feminists have taken over university buildings until inequality is tackled. Giulia Dessi reports....

The Ni Una Menos movement are making history. Will they succeed in this Wednesday’s vote on 13 June? ...

Kenyan lawmaker Sarah Korere talks to supporters during an election campaign rally in the village of Dol Dol in Laikipia County, Kenya.

Can male volunteers help break the cycle of womens’ political exclusion in Kenya? Hannah O’Neill and...

This Friday’s vote demonstrates a vibrant and long overdue campaign for a secular republic, Éilis Ryan...

Kate Smurthwaite stands in defence of this battered word.

The writer and activist discusses domestic abuse, social media and politics in India with Graeme Green.

The Bangladeshi state is intimidating indigenous human rights defenders. Amy Hall reports.

Immigration Removal Centres are the shame of Britain, Katie McQue reports.

F.A. Cole at Women Safe Institute, January 2018. Photo: Kyle G. Brown

Without proper care, the value of post-FGM reconstructive surgery can be limited. Kyle G. Brown reports.

More than 100 women detainees are on all out strike. Those outside detention must show their support, argues ...

Brie O’Keefe and Alexia Pepper de Caires speak to Ben Phillips about the...

MeToo backlash

Dear #MeToo backlash, we feminists have heard it all before… Kate Smurthwaite writes


Meet the non-profit art group trying to end violence against women in Mozambique. By Rebecca Cooke.

Bolivian prisons

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Amy Booth visits a Bolivian prison and meets those let down by patchy law enforcement.

Sign pointing to the village of Hope, Derbyshire UK. Photo by: Flickr user pol sifter

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As we bid farewell to 2017, Mari Marcel Thekaekara looks back at the year that was.


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