Emma Watson’s powerful speech at the UN on feminism and women’s rights and to launch the #heforshe campaign.
“If you don’t have a seat at the table, you’re probably on the menu,” Warren told a crowd of approximately 300 donors.
“The best part [of campaigning] for me was meeting little girls,” Warren said. “And so every time I met a little girl, I would always drop down to my knees, down to their level, and I would always say, ‘My name is Elizabeth, and I’m running for the United States Senate, because that’s what girls do.’”
Enforcement of dress code policies play out against broader debate of sexualization of young women in American culture
Are African women between a rock and a hard place when it comes to feminism and bodily adornment? One African female writer explores what it means to be fierce, fly AND feminist.
"I can wear mascara and talk world politics at the same damn time."
Senegalese human rights activist Bineta Diop reveals why she is willing to risk her life to help women in Africa.
More than 600 women make up the population of Noiva do Cordeiro, southeast Brazil, and they are renowned in the local area for being extremely attractive
In this extract from Darfur’s Political Economy, Awadiya Ahmed Yahia analyses why Sudanese women have been left out of the formal peace process
Native Americans represent just one per cent of the US population and some languages have only one speaker left. Now a new generation is fighting to preserve the culture.