At 6:30pm every evening, Emelda Ngieno’s alarm clock buzzes her out of a deep sleep. As the sun sets, she gets up, throws on tonight’s chosen outfit and heads to her designated location: Pipeline, a…
Dozens of nurses have been infected with COVID-19, in part as a result of restrictions imposed by the Trump administration.
Poland has one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the EU. But four women, nicknamed the "abortion dream team," are pushing back.
Amid crackdowns on supporters of the Kurdish movement in Turkey, Kurdish Syria became the heart of the greater Kurdish movement.
The program’s design is similar to universal basic income, and marks a departure from the paternalistic attitude of previous governments.
Listen to the podcast here. It might be pushing it to call the Trump administration’s family separation policy a cause of the national rise in the sexual trafficking of children, but there is evidence to…
After a breakup, litigation is often a way for harassers to force their victims to keep seeing them.
The U.S. government has just released a highly anticipated human rights report that whitewashes the effects of its own policies.
Five different times, Shana Grice reported her ex-boyfriend to the police in Sussex, England.
Nearly three decades after the end of the Cold War, nuclear conflict remains the single greatest immediate threat to global security.
Listen to the episode here. See Jenna’s article at the 4:11 mark. The Trump administration is cracking down on key protections for victims of human trafficking, an international crisis impacting 40 million victims. MSNBC Chief…
Washington helped start an epidemic of violence against women in Central America. Now it’s washing its hands of the problem.
Judge Maria Sampedro-Iglesias established the GRACE Court, one of the first trauma-informed courts for juvenile survivors of human trafficking.
Trump’s Administration has not only mischaracterized the issue of trafficking in America but also recently introduced changes that have made the situation worse for victims.
Washington failed at the most promising path toward stability in Afghanistan: keeping the country’s women alive.
Trained and employed as clerics by the Moroccan government, hundreds of women are experts in Islamic law and tradition and wield power that allows them to promote and defend women’s rights.
It was a year of quiet, but major, progress for women’s issues in the U.S. government—and 2019 promises even more.
Men caused the world’s worst humanitarian disaster, but it’s become clear they can’t fix it.