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Reporters’ Dispatch Girls in Nigeria: Back of the Class

“Despite being an economic giant in Africa, Nigeria is home to over 10.5 million children who are out-of-school; the majority of these are girls.

Girls in Nigeria: Back of the Class is our multi-media report on 15-year old twin sisters, Taiwo and Kehinde, forced to drop out of school to support their family. The headmaster of the local secondary school turned them away because they had no money for tuition; now they grind and sell peppers 12 hours a day…

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Senator Shaheen saves Office of Global Women’s Issues after Fuller Project reporting

“Yesterday, Senator Shaheen [D-NH], the only woman on the Senate Foreign Relationships Committee, amended the State Department Reauthorization Bill for FY2018 to preserve the Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues.

Amid the turbulence of the health care repeal efforts, we don’t want to lose sight of the importance of this action. The Office of Global Women’s Issues is the only office within the Department of State dedicated exclusively to empowering women and girls…

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Year End Letter 2016

“Amid major world events in 2016, The Fuller Project reported on the news that affects women, and on the news that women made.

Feminist activists around the world beat a steady drum, from Turkey where women march to end femicide, to Saudi Arabia where women compel political and economic openings, to Colombia where women brought factions to the table for peace. Reporting on watershed moments such as these, we raised activists’ voices, sharing stories of change with the world…

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A Fuller Project on the Morning After

“After a sleepless Tuesday night, we at The Fuller Project have been talking to women in the US, Egypt, Jordan, Mexico, Turkey, Africa and beyond about what this election means for them.

Today, American women told us they are thinking about their rights under US law, unsure if those rights will be rolled back by the next administration…

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Welcome to The Fuller Project

“We are pleased to introduce the Fuller Project for International Reporting, a global, multi-media organization that produces investigative and solution-driven news about issues that affect women and about education.

It’s time: Women author only one in five op-eds in major US newspapers and make up less than 25 percent of guests…”

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