The Sudanese constitution guarantees gender equality. But paradoxically, the “personal status laws” mandate a woman’s obedience to her husband.
Last year was marked not only by COVID-19, but by another type of pandemic: coup contagion.
Our Annual Report 2021 is out!
In Guinea-Bissau, women’s collectives and community organizations are fighting climate change through the way they produce and prepare food.
Inter Pares Program Manager Eric Chaurette shares reflections from his first visit to Guinea-Bissau and the work of counterpart Tiniguena to engage youth in protecting biodiversity.
Dr. Asha El-Karib shares how Sudanese women catalyzed ground-breaking political change and continue to organize.
Sanaa Makawi has been advocating for women's rights in Sudan since 2010.
Sanhá João Correia works with Tiniguena overseeing an innovative school garden and meals program.