On Mentoring | Kalyani Subramanyam
Rein In the Saudi Religious Police
The government is wary of clamping down on the mutaween for fear of inciting a conservative backlash and is walking a fine line between the religious police and an increasingly angry populace.
Be the First to Say No to FGM, Others Will Follow
As the world marks the day to mark International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation on February 6, 2014, Dr. Kakenya Ntaiya, a Vital Voices honoree, speaks out.
How a Financial Analyst from Indonesia Wound Up Being a Sex Slave in New York City
On Mentoring | Alyse Nelson
Lawmakers Pass Groundbreaking Constitution in Tunisia
Three years after the country's revolution, lawmakers in Tunisia passed a new constitution late Sunday night.
Donna Langley, Chairwoman of Universal, Expands Her Portfolio
Donna Langley, a Global Ambassador with Vital Voices, is expanding her duties — becoming perhaps the second most powerful woman in Hollywood.
Diane von Fürstenberg On Leadership In Philanthropy
Diane von Fürstenberg talks about how Vital Voices is empowering women to participate in the development of their community's economic and political futures.
On Leadership, Women and Humor
Crackdown in Cambodia
The Cambodian people remain strong and united in their desire to see their country move out of the shadow of the Khmer Rouge and into the light that is genuine democracy.
Kolkata Sanved: The fightback icon
Kolkata Sanved, an NGO in India that works with trafficked children and women, uses dance therapy to rehabilitate, empower, educate, and heal the survivors.
In Domestic Violence, No Incident Is Too Minor
Vice President for Human Rights Cindy Dyer's op-ed in Women's eNews calls on governments worldwide to implement laws already on the books to end violence against women.
SPARC | South Africa Training and Advocacy
16 Days of Activism | Cameroon: The Institute on the Investigation and Prosecution of Human Trafficking
Hitting the Ground Running: The Inaugural VVLead Fellowship Program South-South Exchange