New York: Despite an unprecedented scale-up in assistance in Afghanistan over the past year, immense needs still exist and the future looks bleak, the UN humanitarian affairs office, OCHA ...
New York: Türkiye’s decision to ditch a landmark international treaty to tackle violence against women and girls, could significantly set back efforts to tackle the problem, to ...
Kabul: The Taliban rulers of Afghanistan have directed women working at Afghanistan’s Ministry of Finance to send male relatives to do their job.
Islamabad: A report compiled by the Sustainable Social Development Organisation (SSDO) and the Centre for Research, Development and Communication (CRDC) has showed 157 w ...
Islamabad: A report released by the World Economic Forum has shown Pakistan is the second-worst country in terms of gender parity.
Women working in the health and care sector earn nearly 25 per cent less than their male counterparts – a larger gender pay gap than in other economic sectors, two UN agencies said ...
Islamabad: Members of Pakistan's Hindu community protested in front of Zardari House in Nawabshah against what they said was the abduction of a community girl.
New York: The situation for women is so desperate in Afghanistan that they are committing suicide at a rate of one or two every day, the Human Rights Council has heard.
New York: Although climate change threatens everyone, women and girls often suffer its harshest and most violent consequences, UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet said on Monday.
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