Building a sustainable and inclusive post-pandemic global economic recovery must center women and girls.
In honor of International Women’s Day, experts analyze why building a more gender-equal world through feminist foreign policy is key to pandemic recovery.
Quarantine, social isolation and lockdown measures put in place to prevent the spread of the virus have led women and girls to be exposed to increased risks of victimization.
Long before the pandemic, evidence showed a persistent deficiency in food intake of women in India. A convergence of policies and programs across sectors can boost the nutrition security of women and their communities.
This working paper further explains the recent emergence of conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) into international discourse and preventative strategies.
Investing in girls' education can put countries on the path to a more stable, prosperous future.