Bangladesh, while seen nominally as a parliamentary democracy, is in reality largely governed by traditional customs and mores that define everyday social and political relations.Read more
A journalist in South Kazakhstan gets local authorities to address domestic abuse
In Mali, a country that ranks 158 out of 162 countries on the Gender Equality Index, Internews trained women in storytelling skills, including fact-checking, and gender and conflict-sensitive repor
Not seen and not heard. Women are still underrepresented in todayâs media.
Women’s roles are typically overlooked in such processes, but the predominantly female Nyunzu Early Warning Group sensitively and actively contributed to the diffusion of a conflict, and increased economic stability in a particularly unstable context.
Shefali Begum was forced to leave her village of Gabura near the Sundarbans delta in the southwestern part of Bangladesh after Cyclone Aila struck in 2009, devastating the land and leaving her destitute.