Gender Equality Gender-based Violence
Member States stressed that while the Millennium Development Goals have advanced progress in many areas, they remain unfinished business as
Gender-based violence is a form of violence directed against a person because of gender, that reflects and reinforces stereotypes and inequalities inside society, depriving women of their ability to enjoy fundamental freedoms.
News media are constantly reporting ways that everyday activities can damage our health. But perhaps the most far-reaching yet neglected
Since their adoption in 2000, significant and substantial progress has been made in meeting many of the eight Millennium Development
Women live longer than men partly because their immune systems age more slowly, a study suggests. As the body’s defences