Afsawna’s husband returned to Herat, Afghanistan, after seven years in Iran. He morphed into a heroin addict and began beating her in front of their five children and neighbors. He demanded the wages she earned from carpet weaving so he could buy drugs.
In Pakistan in 2003, Fatema was 11 when her mother told her they were going to a place that would relieve the stomach pain the preteen was having. She was ...
The country’s swing toward progressiveness is encouraging, but could use improvement, leading Tunisian feminists say.
After enduring decades of dictatorship, the country credited with sparking the Arab Spring is shedding light on thousands of allegations of rape,
It certainly is to this 6 year old boy
Continuing our focus on the importance of education, and why we believe every child should be allowed access to the classroom,
ISTANBUL – The most ominous slogan on the signs held by women’s hands on Istiklal Street, the heart of Wednesday’s International Women’s Day march in Turkey, was “hayir.” Simply, “no.”
Today, millions of women around the globe assembled together for one reason, one cause: International Women’s Day 2017. While RU was unable to attend events in Los Angeles,
Though ISIS was ousted from much of the northern Iraqi city, its western neighborhoods are still a battle zone.
Kids like Ahmed, Sujood and Noor never asked to be caught in the middle of a war.
A black and white, aging photograph of my grandfather Abdul Karim Ahrary standing tall among the signatories of Afghanistan’s 1964 constitution during the reign of the last monarchy is the first evidence of my journey in human rights.
Aviatrix’s attorney calls Afghan government’s threatening reaction a vicious attack.
When Afghan Air Force Capt. Niloofar Rahmani arrived in the U.S. in Dec. 2015 to begin a year-long military training exchange program with the U.S.
Our Day at the Los Angeles Women’s March
We had an amazing time Saturday at the Los Angeles Women’s March. Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth and spent some time talking with us.
Coverage of female Afghan pilot continues in latest NY Times article
‘A female Afghan Pilot soars and gives up’, the latest story about Capt. Niloofar Rahmani, whom we recently covered,