Born and raised in the forests of Suriname on South America’s northern coast, Fidelia Graand-Galon is a unique voice among rural indigenous women.
Technological innovation can help break down the barriers to success people with disabilities can face in the workplace, a disability activist says.
UN expert urges respect for right to privacy in the Internet age
Governments are being urged to respect people’s privacy as “a truly universal right” in the digital age.
Young democracies are doing better at enhancing women’s representation in parliament than the established democracies of Europe, Martin Chungong, the Secretary General of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), has said.
Although technological advances and globalization are providing unprecedented opportunities in the workplace, women on average still earn around a quarter less than men, for the same job.
This week we’re bringing you a special programme to celebrate International Women’s Day, marked annually on the 8th of March.
Somalia: action needed urgently to avoid famine, says OCHA
Working as a female journalist in Afghanistan “is not easy” because it’s not safe, but many girls still decide to do it.
UN to investigate deadly incident at civilian site in South Sudan