Women For Women International

"We need to start telling our stories and changing the narrative from the white, middle class woman.”
HuffPost UK spoke to women who waited more than two years for a diagnosis.
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I am an inspiration to other girls and women facing similar challenges to mine and I want to let them know that if I could do it, they can also
We take a look at five women, past and present, who have stood up and fought for their cause.
From Syria to South Sudan, conflict continues to foster violence all over the world today, predominantly carried out by men
'No matter how good you think the job is, you are definitely better than it.'
For as long as she can remember, Brita Fernandez Schmidt has been committed to making a difference. Her mission? To work
all women everywhere I'm proud to be part of a show that won't be content to give unproblematic accounts of being a woman in a patriarchal society; if it falls to a fantasy show to portray the reality of domestic and sexual violence, so be it. From this starting point, I wanted to get more actively involved, to go out and hear these stories personally, and to see the work that's being done to bring about change. I decided to team up with Women for Women International, the charity which helps women survivors of conflict, and travel to one of the places where they focus their efforts; Rwanda.