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Jacqui Smith to tackle 'sexualisation' culture


Review forms part of three-month national debate on violence against women

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Make it work for women


Women urgently need a gender-specific component built into responses to the international financial crisis...

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Gimmicks won't end domestic violence


While Labour still doesn't have a coherent strategy to tackle violence against women, Conservatives are ready to take action

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Declining trade hurts women in poorer nations


A decline in trade resulting from shrinking global markets may cost many women in developing countries their jobs

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Who answers to Women?


Yesterday in the art-café “Amirani”, Tbilisi, presentation of the UNIFEM report Progress of the World’s Women 2008/2009

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Women should be hit for wearing sexy clothing in public


One in seven people believe it is acceptable in some circumstances for a man to hit his wife or girlfriend

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Greater efforts needed to boost women’s rights in Iraq


One in 10 Iraqi households are headed by women, more than 80 per cent of whom are widows

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Europe cannot win with half the team confined to the bench


The Secretary General of the Council of Europe, speaking on the publication of a report on the participation of women in public decision making in Europe

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Discrimination against women weakens all of society


Deeply rooted discrimination against women in the political, economic, social and cultural spheres weakens society as a whole

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Beyond the Shelter

The youth exhibitions and installations

Women’s Fund in Georgia is honored to invite you to 2016 Kato Mikeladze Award Ceremony


Video archive

Research on Youth Views on Gender Equality


Gender policy

Austria gets first woman chancellor after video scandal

Spain's parliament leads Europe in gender-equality despite rise of far right

Modi's party promises 33 pct reservation for women in India's parliament


Photo archive

Swedish politicians visit in WIC



To end slavery, free 10,000 people a day for a decade, report says

Interpol rescues 85 children in Sudan trafficking ring

Mother Teresa India charity 'sold babies'


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