Women’s News

June 2, 2023

The Empowered Iranian Women: A Beacon of Change Nine Months After the Uprising that Shook the Pillars of the Iranian Regime

The Iranian uprising, which erupted nine months ago, marked a pivotal moment in Iran’s history, shaking the foundations of the oppressive regime. Among the countless stories of courage and resilience that emerged from this movement, one group stood out: Iranian women. Despite decades of marginalization and discrimination, Iranian women seized the opportunity to assert their rights and demand equality, driving a profound transformation in society. Iranian women, nine months after the uprising, are catalysts of change. Political Empowerment  Nine months […]
January 14, 2023
Women's rights in Afghanistan

Women’s Rights in Afghanistan

Women’s rights in Afghanistan have a long and tumultuous history. For much of the 20th century, Afghanistan was a patriarchal society where women were often treated as second-class citizens and had few legal protections. Although it had slowly gotten better, the situation has now set women’s rights in the country back by decades. Outdated infringements on women’s rights are now once again at the forefront of international scrutiny because of the Taliban’s recent and rapid rise to power. Few countries […]
January 14, 2023
2022 in review

Summary Of Women’s Rights Around The World In 2022

The year 2022 had major developments fit to be published in history books, and in no way is it more significant than the events affecting women’s rights around the world. Let’s highlight the significant women’s rights moments that happened in the past year. Women Tackling Climate Change 2022 was a fruitful year for efforts to involve women at the forefront of the fight against climate change. In the months leading up to the International Women’s Day Celebration on March 6, […]
September 2, 2022
Droupadi Murmu

Droupadi Murmu becomes the first tribal president of India

India elected its 15th president- Droupadi Murmu, the first tribal president and is second woman after Ms. Pratibha Patil to hold the office. Murmu, born in 1958, hails from Odisha. She represents one of the largest tribal communities, the Santhals. She is also the first president born in independent India. She started her career as a teacher and a clerk at State Irrigation and Power Department. She rose to politics after joining the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in 1997 as […]
May 25, 2022
Women of Afghanistan

Women live under severe restrictions in Taliban captured Afghanistan

Taliban rulers in Afghanistan have recently made it mandatory for women to cover their faces while presenting news. The restriction is one of the many explicit and implicit restrictions posed among women by the Taliban rulers’ post-invasion in August 2021. In nine months, post-Taliban takeover, Afghanistan is going through an extreme humanitarian and economic crisis. Citizens, particularly women of Afghanistan, have been leading a difficult life ever since the Taliban’s presence grew strong in the country. During their previous rule […]
April 23, 2022
Ukrainian women fighting for country's freedom

Ukrainian women are a strong force against Russian Invasion

Ignited from the 2014 Ukraine’s “Revolution to Dignity”, the Russia-Ukraine conflict has escalated to become the biggest war in Europe after World War II. The ongoing war was started with Russia’s motive to end Ukraine’s possible alliance with NATO. Russian leaders, precisely Putin called the attack a ‘special military operation’ while repeatedly pointing its goal to ‘demilitarize and denazifying’ Ukraine. Based on what Ukraine calls unfounded claims, the war has already caused thousands of deaths and millions of displacements in […]
No Favorites Has Been Added!