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6/5/2014

Efforts of human rights campaigners thwarted by law allowing abortion only in life-or-death circumstance 

 

26/4/2014

King Abdullah pushes cautious social reforms improving women's rights in the face of conservative resistance

24/4/2014

Teenage girls in low-income areas of Egypt are vulnerable to trafficking. Credit: Cam McGrath/IPS.

16/4/2014

0:12 In many patriarchal societies and tribal societies, fathers are usually known by their sons, but I'm one of the few fathers who is known by his daughter, and I am proud of it.

16/4/2014

Rashida Manjoo: "What is clear from portrayals of women and girls is that there is a boys' club sexist culture"

14/4/2014

A child-bride, Wasila Umar, accused of killing her husband, three of his friends and injuring many others after serving them poisoned food in Kano, has said that she regrets her action.

14/4/2014

In the six weeks since the citizens Barakat movement for a free and democratic Algeria was founded it has moved from cyberspace onto the streets. Ahead of this week's election, the voices calling for democratic transition are being heard. Pro-democracy activist Louiza Chennoub spoke to Karima Bennoune

10/4/2014

On Monday April 7th, the first day of the 47th Session of the Commission on Population and Development (CPD47), YCSRR member Nur Hidayati Handayani presented the following oral statement on behalf of members of the Sexual and Reproductive Rights Youth Caucus at CPD47.