Governments’ political orientation does not determine whether they pursue more or less restrictive migration policies. New research from Katharina Natter and Hein de Haas debunks accepted wisdom on the politics of migration.
When a group of schoolgirls from northeast Nigeria met trafficked women who were struggling to survive after returning home, they knew they had to do something. Now they raise funds to help those women launch their own businesses and rebuild their lives.
In yet another example of the Trump administration’s callous treatment of women, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a decision last week that all but eliminates the possibility of asylum in the U.S. for victims of domestic violence.
A multi-pronged approach that encourages Kenyan magistrates, prosecutors, doctors, clinicians, and government chemists to work together in pursuit of justice has helped fast track sexualized violence cases and bring justice closer to survivors.
Despite the peace agreement between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia People’s Army being the first in the world to acknowledge the different realities and disadvantages women and the LGBTQ population face, advocates say deeply entrenched misogyny is stalling progress.