Vital Voices Global Partnership Honors Female Leaders
Nine women to be honored at Vital Voices' Global Leadership Awards for their achievements in human rights, politics, and economic empowerment.
Three life threats in a year, but she is still resilient
Sunitha Krishnan, Vital Voices honoree and founder of Prajwala, an organization working for the rehabilitation of sex workers, has rescued more than 3,200 girls across India to date.
Panmela Castro: Saving Lives Through Graffiti
Panmela Castro is a 25-year-old graffiti artist who uses the streets of Rio de Janeiro as her canvas to display strong and empowered women breaking free from oppression and violence
Nicaraguan sweets for the U.S. and Europe (Spanish)
Women use radio to fight sexual violence
Female journalists like Vital Voices honoree Chouchou Namegabe in the Democratic Republic of Congo are using the media to fight the war on women's bodies.
Nigeria to Participate at African Women Entrepreneurship Program in New York
Nigerian entrepreneurs will be participating in the third annual Africa Women's Entrepreneurship Programme (AWEP) which will kick-off in New York on June 4.
Youth Initiatives Awarded (Spanish)
Hillary Clinton deputy shares career advice
Huma Abedin joined the 2012 Fortune/U.S. State Dept. Global Women's Mentoring program participants in New York City on Wednesday.
More women leaders and stronger political commitment needed to combat human trafficking, say participants at ODIHR event
Cindy Dyer, head of Human Rights at Vital Voices, moderated discussions at an Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) event in Warsaw, Poland.
FedEx Express Announces Strategic Partnership with Vital Voices (Spanish)
Helping sex traffic victims through dance
Secretary Clinton visited dancers at Kolkata Sanved, a dance therapy movement founded in 2004 by Sohini Chakraborty, a dance sociologist and dance activist.
Shaping the Business [Spanish]
A young entrepreneur in Panama, Yaribel Barragán, has started Cookie's House with help and mentoring from Voces Vitales Panama.
Breakthrough: G20 Finance Ministers Acknowledge Access to Finance for Women-Owned Businesses
African Woman Tells of Village School Project
Kakenya Ntaiya, who promised to build a school for girls in her village after gaining an education in the U.S., made her return to Westport, Connecticut on April 26.
Faces of Africa: Grace Under Pressure
Vital Voices GLN Member and 2010 Fortune alum Grace Nanyonga Mugisha has been featured by the CCTV News show Faces of Africa in a special entitled “Grace Under Pressure.”