With her creative videos, Hodan Naleyeh showed the world another side of Somalia, far from the war cliches. Last month, she was killed in a terrorist attack. On international day for the remembrance of victims of terrorism, our editor Cassie tells us her story.
When Sea Watch captain Carola Rakete forced her way into Lampedusa harbour to bring rescued refugees to the Italian shore, she became a symbol of defiance, write our editor Cassie.
After the House of Commons voted in favor of abortion rights in Northern Ireland, abortion rights activists must keep the pressure on the political establishment, writes Ollie Bell.
This year’s Women’s World Cup was one of the most watched in history. But staggering gender disparities still persist in the world of football, writes our editor Cassie.
Access to family planning and gender equality go hand in hand, says the UN on World Population Day.
How did working class women, with no experience of politics whatsoever, manage to shake the establishment in four states of America? Netflix’s Knock Down the House documentary follows Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and three other female candidates as they run for Congress in 2018.
On International Women in Engineering Day, our Women’s Section Editor Cassie tells the story of Hedy Lamarr, a woman who should be celebrated in engineering history books, and not just on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!
Women and girls are major targets of sexual violence in conflict, despite United Nations measures being put in place nearly 20 years ago.
All-female groups in Afghanistan, such as Zohra and the Afghan Girls Robotic Team, are leading the way in the fight for women’s rights in their country.
States in the US are introducing the heartbeat bill, which is said to be taking rights away from women.