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Military Sexual Assault: Betrayal and Retaliation for Service Members

Military Sexual Assault: Betrayal and Retaliation for Service Members

| May 20, 2015

A new report by Human Rights Watch reveals that when U.S. service members report sexual assault, they are far more likely to experience retaliation than to see justice. More »

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Filmmaker Who Gives Voice to “Rebels” Spotlights the Work of Helping Girls Escape Abuse

Filmmaker Who Gives Voice to “Rebels” Spotlights the Work of Helping Girls Escape Abuse

| May 13, 2015

The newest project by Kim Longinotto, recently honored at the San Francisco International Film Festival, reflects her longtime interest in changemakers. More »

New UN Report Says Women Still Far From Pay Equity

| April 29, 2015

While women still lag behind men by almost any economic measure, Shazia Rafi reports that all over the world, advocates are building momentum to bring us closer to equality. More »

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Announcing the WMC Speech Project at the Sixth Annual Women in the World Summit

Announcing the WMC Speech Project at the Sixth Annual Women in the World Summit

April 23, 2015

New project on gendered online abuse is chaired by Ashley Judd. More »

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Viral Video on Women’s Choices Is Stirring Up Controversy in India

Viral Video on Women’s Choices Is Stirring Up Controversy in India

| April 21, 2015

A Vogue India video with a message of women’s empowerment has people asking, Is it a feminist campaign or a PR stunt? More »

Can Hillary Clinton Show That Women Can Run…and Win?

| April 13, 2015

Hillary Clinton is the latest of many women who have run for president. In order to inspire more women to run, we have to teach girls and young women this history. More »

ERA? Yes! A New Push for Sex Equality

ERA? Yes! A New Push for Sex Equality

| April 9, 2015

A leader of the renewed movement to pass the Equal Rights Amendment issues a call for action. More »

Who Runs the World?

Who Runs the World?

| March 26, 2015

The goal from Beijing was for women to be 30 percent of the world’s leaders. We’re not there yet. More »

A Theater Company’s Bold Move: Women-Only Season

A Theater Company’s Bold Move: Women-Only Season

| March 24, 2015

One group hopes that its women-only season will spark conversation and serve as a model for other theaters. More »

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20 Years After Beijing, How Are We Doing?

20 Years After Beijing, How Are We Doing?

| March 18, 2015

A new, in-depth report on the status of women worldwide reveals where progress has been made, and that there is much more to be done. More »