ending violence against women
Election year in Honduras is likely to be the worst ever for the murder of woman following an eight per cent increase in the first six months of 2013 compared to the same period last year said international agency Oxfam today.
In response to the Delhi rape case sentencing today Oxfam India CEO, Nisha Agrawal, said:
Research in Lebanon shows many families fled Syria because they feared for their lives, yet their safety and security remain under threat – with the majority feeling vulnerable in and outside the home.
In Nigeria, we work with the public and private sectors and with civil society, to empower women and help them to claim their rights.
The 57th meeting of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW 57), the global policy making body f
Delegates from over 190 governments meeting at the UN-led Commission on the Status of Women this week in New York have the chance to take a critical step against the global scourge of violence against women.