Women in South Sudan are clear that they want a peaceful future for themselves and their children, according to a senior UN official who recently visited the country.
Women police in UN missions, sometimes “just better communicators”
First all-female UN police unit leaves Liberia
Malian singer could not find “place in society” following genital cutting
Jobs plan to give young women equal access to the labour market
Traumatized Boko Haram victims need to know it’s not their “fault”
Women farmers could be up to 25% more productive if they’re more rights to carry out their work.
That’s the view of the Assistant Secretary-General of UN Women.
Zika virus now in at least 18 countries in Latin America and Caribbean
Migration can “empower” women
Proportion of women and children seeking refuge in Europe increasing