Do you ever come across such an amazing person who is doing so much good that you want to share their story with anyone who will listen, but can't put...
An estimated 12 million people worldwide are stateless, with no country to call home. This occurs when nationality legislation prevents women from acquiring, changing, retaining or passing on their nationality to their children and/or their spouses on an equal basis with men.
Queen Elizabeth served the Commonwealth. Sister Mary Owen served the common health. The Queen has served faithfully, consistently, responsibly, day after day, year after year, with modest warmth and wisdom. So did the Sister. And the world changed around them both.
Feminists still have important work to do. There are still unfair stigmas about our sexual choices, and we are still considered formidable bitches when we get ahead at work. Our strength and our intelligence do not receive the recognition they deserve.
"There's nothing wrong doing things for other people, it's a good thing, but I think you can lose yourself in it."
Her ex may not have been able to physically and emotionally abuse her but he found another way to hurt her and, surprisingly, it is all legal. Since her salary as a nurse was significantly higher than what he made, she was ordered to pay him alimony.
it's not just Republican leaders who have more traditional views toward gender equality -- it may be men as a whole. As families and the workforce change, many men's views are not changing in kind.
We have come to a point in American life where it is no longer acceptable to be homophobic in polite company, but beating up on pregnant women is still good sport. And, apparently, one that carries few political consequences
These are the voices of our future leaders, students of the Asian University for Women (AUW), the first women's liberal arts college in Asia. These women wake up everyday with a passion to make a difference for themselves, families, and cultures.
Personhood, developed through education, is crucial to a comprehensive healthy society. Focusing on utility will only lead to futility.
I was honest enough to admit out loud that I spent my life quietly making a decision, and here it was, reflected back at me.
Last week marked the 70th anniversary of the publishing of Norman Rockwell's iconic "Rosie the Riveter" painting on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post.
An economy and a society left in tatters by the genocide In Rwanda during the 1994 genocide against Tutsis (also known as the Rwandan genocide) not o...
I begin to explore the enormous moral and socioeconomic ramifications of gender inequality as well as the powerful argument for education as the agent for transformation. Education is clearly the paramount weapon we can use to bring about change in the war on gender inequality.
With the millennial generation increasingly driven towards social causes, it's no surprise that aspiring women leaders are interested in working in the nation's capital on policy-related issues. And who can blame them?
The use of text messaging opened up a wider world for the women and girls who participated in the program and would do the same for other women who had access to phones.