On this day, a month ago we celebrated World Humanitarian Day. It’s seen as a time to pay tribute to those who risk their lives in humanitarian crises and to galvanise support for communities affected by disaster and conflict. This has never been more important – 18 million people face starvation in the East African food...
As Kurdish female fighters struggle to dismantle patriarchy and liberate their people, Megan Giles examines how they've been sexualised and objectified by Western media.
The UN Secretary-General debate in New York showcased an array of fashionable candidates, but who wore it best?
Craig Valters from ODI presents recent research on how women's participation in community justice is slowly increasing in rural Bangladesh.
Patricia Kröll reflects on what she learnt whilst working on MHM in Uganda for Irise International. She encourages us to imagine what it feels like to be a schoolgirl managing her period, & explains why #MenstruationMatters this #MHDay.