In July 1969, American astronaut Neil Armstrong landed on the moon, famously proclaiming: "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."
“Blood money” of trafficked women now “lifeblood” sustaining terrorists
Exhibition showcases how women helped shape the UN
An estimated 246 million girls and boys worldwide are subject to school-related violence every year, according to latest figures from UN Women and the UN Educational, and Cultural Organization, UNESCO.
Violence against women, the worldwide scourge
HIV-positive women face more discrimination than men
Change STEM education to benefit women: NASA official
Promoting gender equality must consider local culture, religion and realities in a particular country, even though at times the local realities may not comply to international human rights standards.
“Robust” funding is critical to ending violence against women and girls, the UN agency for gender equality & women's empowerment, UN Women, has urged.
Libyan women hampered by lack of midwives and gender-based violence