Physical, mental and sexual violence against women are still challenging: NGOs.
Pope Francis apologised Wednesday for slapping a woman who had grabbed him as he greeted a crowd of devotees, shortly before he delivered a speech denouncing “every form of violence against women.”
A 16-day campaign to battle violence against women and girls comes to a close.
The government expresses its commitment to reduce gender-based violence.
A working group to monitor Facebook posts for cases of violence against women.
A workshop on the National Action Plan to prevent violence against women.
It was in 2012 when the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative (PSVI) was founded by former Foreign Secretary Lord William Hague of Richmond and United Nations Special Envoy of the High Commissioner for Refugees, Angelina Jolie.
3 UN officials call on South Sudan to investigate the brutal sexual assaults on women.
A 16-day campaign to battle violence against women and children has begun.
Throughout history, women have been subjected to violence and unfair treatment. They’ve been victims of war and forced displacement, political conflict, physical mutilation and genocide. They have suffered at the hands of sadists, and of those who believe that women are weak and helpless.
The request is made at the 2018 One Billion Rising Campaign at the Chenla Theatre.
For over a decade Plan International has focused on providing equal opportunities for girls and women.
Women land rights defenders in Asia are at greater risk of violence and harassment.
A human rights report says law enforcement against domestic violence is still weak.
Code of conduct released at a Ministry of Information and Ministry of Women’s Affairs sets out 15 guidelines on violence against women.
almost half of all women who were victims of homicide in 2012 were killed by intimate partners or family members.
White Ribbon to raise awareness over and put an end to violence against women and children.
Two NGOs urges the media to obey the government’s code of conduct for reporting on violence against women