Sex work is legal in Bangladesh. So is child marriage. Now in an exclusive investigation, The Telegraph and The Fuller Project can reveal the two have become intrinsically linked.
She was separated from her son for 9 months while seeking asylum. She’s still haunted by everything she missed.
"He’s never going to crawl for the first time again," says Mariana Ibarra Morán, who was separated from her son for 9 months.
Rebels With A Cause: The All Female Motorbike Squads Tackling India’s Rape Problem
A woman is raped every 13 minutes in India. As the situation reaches desperate proportions, one police commissioner thinks there might be an answer.
Colombia Was Just Starting To Deliver Justice To Women. Will A New President Get In The Way?
With the election of a new president, Colombia threw the future of its peace deal into uncertainty.
Amid Smoldering E-Waste In The West Bank, Activists Fight For Reform
Burning electronic waste to extract metals for resale is toxic, illegal, and common in the Palestinian Territories. Can activists forge a new path?
How Immigration Reporting Overlooks Women
Articles on immigration focused almost exclusively on border security, conflict and crisis. The absence of women’s voices from such coverage is striking.
Want To Wipe Out Terror In Somalia? Turn To Women
Because women need to shape policy and legislation to secure protection and advancement of women and girls.
Welcome To Puntland: Where Many Men Don’t Consider Rape A Crime
Every morning, 28-year-old Officer Shamis Abdi Bile rises before dawn to make breakfast for her three young children. She bustles around the house, taking part in a few of the traditional tenets homemaking, something that…
Center Framed: Women, Peace and Security On the Big Screen
Focusing on women in Liberia’s civil war, filmmakers Gini Reticker and Abigail Disney produced the award-winning documentary Pray the Devil Back to Hell.
Teaching boys that ‘real men’ would stop rape
Isaac, a 15-year-old boy, watched as a group of men grabbed a young girl. It was a bustling new year’s eve in Kibera, Kenya’s largest slum, and he knew she was in trouble. He also…
Trolling The Patriarchy With Photos Of Battered Women – One Woman’s Quest To Change Russia’s Domestic Violence Laws
For Russian women's rights activist Alena Popova, battling the patriarchy is a full-time job.
Russia’s Disappearing Women
New legislation in Russia means that men can avoid criminal prosecution for domestic violence. As the death toll rises to a reported one every forty minutes, how do we stop countless women from vanishing at…
Is Deportation a Death Sentence for Salvadoran Women?
What will happen to the girls and women deported from the U.S. to Central America? Many fear the answer. The Trump administration said last week that, by September 2019, it will deport 200,000 Salvadoran immigrants…
My Husband Sold Me To A Brothel
Over the course of seven months, journalists Corinne Redfern and Allison Joyce followed the lives of sex workers in Bangladesh as part of an exclusive investigation into internal trafficking across the country. This is Moyna's…
Women in Ghana Battle a U.S.-Owned Gold Mine for Land and Livelihood
Yaa Konadu wasn’t at the farm when the men came to take it away from her. “Come,” said one of her workers, who called the 74-year-old grandmother at her home in town with the bad…
Why Child Marriage Persists In Mexico
A dozen young women gather in a community center in Coatecas Altas. It doesn’t take long for them to talk about the pressures of marrying at a young age.
The Dangers of Forcing Gender Equality in Afghanistan
The idea of supporting measures that expand gender equality seems like an easy call. But, as one Afghan woman's story shows, bolstering the ranks of women in security forces in a country like Afghanistan is…
Nigerian girls often still drop out of school to work, despite the country’s increasing wealth
Kehinde and Taiwo are among 10.5 million children in Nigeria who are not in primary school — no country in the world has more children out of school.