After becoming a star of the screen, Prime Minister Aasha Singh is turning into an icon in ink.
Weak and fragile? Brave girls in Nepal are learning self-defense, defusing stereotypes, and proving to their communities just how strong they are.
Inspired by our human rights training for the Congolese Army, Sylvie Mirindi launched her own program to protect women from domestic violence.
22-year-old activist Fatima Benoughazi is on a mission to stop the recruitment of young Moroccans into violent extremist groups.
After the Nepalese Civil War ended, Dambara was left with nothing— until our training turned her into an activist for women’s rights.
Funded by DFID, the project La Pépinière tackles the damaging societal norms preventing women and girls from achieving their full potential.
Across the Middle East and North Africa, we planted the seed for a united front that can advance the cause of women rights.