Arina Angerman, IAW representative on the Board of the European Women’s Lobby, sends this personal comment on the joy of voting or exercising one’s political rights as a citizen
Gail Neff, Canadian Federation of University Women, a member of IAW, reports on her amazing experience as a first-timer at CSW
To date, millions of women have shared their harrowing stories of abuse and harassment worldwide and now the time has come to move on and get to work
The 37th International Alliance of Women Triennial Congress convening in Nicosia Cyprus adopted the new IAW Action Programme 2018-2020 with the Climate Change Pillar on Thursday, October 26, 2017. The Congress held a session on the New Action Programme on Climate Change on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, led by Natalie Kostus, Vice President, Chair of […]
We know now first hand what the official colours of IAW were: white and golden yellow, and we have witnessed the presentation of the gavel and our banner.
Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) describes how membership of IAW “amplifies our voice in the international conversation”.
Elizabeth Lee, 17 years old and South Korean, tells why she became a feminist.
At the launching of the Regional Committee in Asia-Pacific (RCAP) on 12-13 May 2017, Soon-Young Yoon, IAW main representative to the UN in New York, spoke about her experiences in working with the UN on behalf of IAW
In a country where daughters are destroyed, gender violence is a part of everyday life, a woman on her own is fair game to a patriarchal society, or even, as in the Nirbhaya case, a woman out in the evening with her boyfriend.