An Egyptian court on Thursday acquitted a father and a doctor over performing a female circumcision operation that killed a teenage girl in the Nile Delta city of Mansoura last year.
On December 6, Khadija Ismayilova's Baku apartment was searched by the prosecutor general office employees. Ismayilova's mother, brother and lawyer Elton Guliyev were present during the search.
GRANADA, Nicaragua – Women in bright colored dresses indicative of their various ethnic backgrounds marched despite the rain in the colonial city of Granada on Tuesday to call for an end to global violence against women.
“Las mujeres mojadas, jamás serán calladas,” they chanted, playfully refitting the popular chant, “the people united, will never be defeated,” to one more appropriate for the weather.
The study says even in places with tough, forward-looking laws many women are still the victims of discrimination, violence and lack adequate access to health and legal services.
"Early identification of women and children subjected to violence and a supportive and effective response can improve women's lives and well-being, and help them to access vital services," said Claudia Garcia-Moreno, a WHO physician.
September 29th & 30th 2015 Thailand. The 3rd round table is designed to educate, promote and facilitate the effectiveness of international associations. The UIA Associations Round Table is an opportunity to learn through networking and through practice.
"Chilling effect on freedom of the press."Thai Journalist Chutima Sidasathian and her colleague Australian journalist Alan Morison, will not serve a jail sentence after they waited six weeks for a judgement as to whether they defamed Thailand’s navy.
The ABU Technology Webinar Festival is a series of online webinars offered free of cost to those interested in broadcast technology. The month long festival from August 2nd - 21 Sept 2105, will include presentations on different aspects and applications of broadcast technology.
Success! Increased legal tools to help trafficking victims in the United States
"After years of advocating that buyers should be held accountable under Federal anti-trafficking laws, we were thrilled to see both the Senate and House pass the Justice Victims Trafficking Act. We hope President Obama will quickly sign this bill into law. It sends a clear and much needed message that sexual exploitation of women and girls will not be tolerated."
-Shelby Quast, Policy Director, Equality Now
Tunis, Tunisia (PANA) – “The night of the blind moon”, presented by Tunisian film director, Khadija Mkacher, won on Saturday the first prize of the fourth edition of the North African Film Festival, held on April 7-11, 2015, in Oujda, Morocco.
The film told the story of three teenaged girls whose dreams were to get hooked to a man each, but decided to take part in a mythical ceremony in a cemetery in the city of Jerid, southern Tunisia, to avoid celibacy.