5 men posing as soldiers are arrested for kidnapping two Thai women in Choam Ksan.
A workshop on the National Action Plan to prevent violence against women.
Kenya lifts a ban which prevented women from Marie Stopes’s abortion services.
Peace may be an achievable goal in Afghanistan, where the Taliban and government delegates are intensifying talks to reach an agreement, says DW’s Nasim Saber. But will Kabul sacrifice women’s rights in exchange for peace?
Events: Study in Canada: Seneca College – Youth’s Roles in supporting Women Empowerment – Job Fair for December 2018
In a bid to contribute to Nepal’s tourism through series of spectacular photos of the world’s highest peak, the team of “First Women Journalists Qomolangma Expedition-2018” organised a photo exhibition in Kathmandu.
Vannath is encouraging women to participate in tackling political and social issues.
A campaign to encourage women raise their voices against abuse at their workplace.
Cambodian women faced challenges when entering politics during last year’s commune elections, according to a group of NGOs that trained women to enter politics.
The “i4i Ideathon” was a three-day innovation workshop that gathered young women in an effort to transform personal insights into hundreds of ideas and build lasting regional networks around gender equality.
FIFA has been urged by its own human rights advisory panel to give Iran a deadline for allowing women to watch football matches.
Looking for a podcast where Asian women chat about taboos, plus-sized women discuss dating, or Muslim feminists talk politics? Scroll through any list of popular podcasts, and you would be hard-pressed to find one that fits the bill.
At least 40 people, mostly women and children are killed in a US-led coalition airstrikes.
BC’s TGIT (Thank God It’s Thursday!) legal-thriller, “How to Get Away with Murder” unfailingly offers you these bold and controversial story arcs that reshape the face of television series. And undeniably, no one gets away with it.
Phnom Penh Court charges a total of 18 people connected to a surrogacy business.
A MoU with four NGOs to spend about $2 million to help women and children.
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) urges Asian-Pacific countries to do more in the way of improving prenatal and postnatal care for women and thereby decrease both maternal deaths and infant mortality, especially in rural and remote areas.
Plan to bail for 32 pregnant women who were charged with human trafficking.
A crowdfunding is set to build a basketball-court roof for women’s wheelchair team.
UEFA to increase funding for women’s football development projects across Europe.
The international community praises the Workers’ Party of Korea for winning unqualified support and trust of the people. The ruling party in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea owes such an enviable reputation to its faithful service for the benefit of the people.
California will require companies to have at least one woman on boards of directors.
India’s Court lifts a ban that prevented women from entering a Hindu temple.
Transgender women should have the same rights as other women, according to a global poll of women across five continents published on Friday amid a growing – and sometimes divisive – debate over trans rights.
India has the highest ratio of women pilots worldwide with 12.4 percent.
For almost two decades, 42-year-old Patience earned a steady income sending girls from Nigeria to Europe for sex work, using blackmagic to stop the women from fleeing.
Hundreds of Bangladeshi women working as domestic helps in Saudi households have accused their employers of committing severe physical, mental and sexual abuses.
Venezuelan women are leaving their country and giving birth across the border in Brazil.
It is but a common in a conservative society like Cambodia to see women as soft, honest and immaculate. Many people, empowered by organisations, continuously uphold women and their rights.
Women’s Champions League is beginning to step out of the shadow.