Asembly of the Japanese island passes a protest resolution following the arrests of two US sailors accused of rape.
Women in Egypt have witnessed different historical phases in which the worldviews and cultural settings determined their positions in family and in society.
Following the indication on women's rights in 67th UN General Assembly, activists in India run campaign.
Following Amir Khan ""Satyameva Jayate" putting female feticide in the spotlight, it gets clear sex ratio in India is better satisfying among Muslims than Hindus.
Ahlul Bayt (A) News Agency visited Grand Ayatollah Alavi Gorgani, one of religious authorities, and made an interview about hazrat Zahra's (Allah's peace be upon her) personality and virtues. In this interview Grand Ayatollah Alavi Gorgani points that Hazrat Fatima az-Zahra (Allah's peace be upon her) the central point of creation, answered to some doubts about Fatemiya.
Dr. Samia Al-Amoudi has become the first GCC woman to win a prestigious seat in the Union for the International Cancer Control’s Board of Directors.
Zainab is the Vice President of Nadoona, a movement based in the U.S and geared towards helping Muslim women become healthier.
October 15 is proclaimed by UN in honor of the defining role of rural women in rural and urban development in both developed and developing countries.
In recent years Iranian cultural and family experts have become aware of young couples’ marriage problems which are usually the result of limited knowledge about marriage skills.
Mildred Alvarado woke up in Guatemala City, disoriented after an impromptu operation ...
National overall decline of 64 percent in nonfatal intimate-partner violence between 1993 and 2010.
Based on the Resolution 66/170, the UN adopted October 11 as Girl Child Day to address girls' rights and challenges.
The story of several little Muslim girls from Stavropol region of Russia fighting for hijab flew round the country.
As the spate of kidnapping and ritual killings increased across the country, the recent accusation levelled against a medical doctor in Onitsha, has again brought to the fore the question of how safe are the hospitals in the delivery of new-born babies in the country. David-Chyddy Eleke in Awka, reports.
Dr. Eve Sprunt of Association of Women in Science put us in contact with Chevron’s Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, S. Shariq Yosufzai.
High and soaring housing rents in New York have left many women and children in the city homeless. Many of these homeless people end up in city shelters.
Cath Turner examines the consequences of 'Operation Babylift' at the end of the Vietnam war.
The nonsensical “war on women” charge against Republicans has gone too far and may have backfired.