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The number of female lawmakers in Nigeria’s parliament will fall by nearly half when legislators are sworn-in in early June.
Multiple dimensions of identity simultaneously shape pathways to candidacy and representation for all groups seeking a seat.
When the gavel came down to start this year’s session of the Michigan legislature, it was evident that those in power positions had changed.
In a country where the Persian language prioritizes the female in its sentences women are finally demanding their rights be prioritized.
Sierra Leone has set laws to increase number of women in decision-making in private and public sectors, five months before presidential polls.
The workshop assisted Girl Scouts in grades K–10 in earning their Democracy Badge through learning activities on democracy.
Gabon’s president Ali Bongo Odimba named Monday (Jan. 09) the country’s first female vice-president. Rose Christian Ossouka Raponda.
Indonesia’s new criminal code puts at risk the basic rights of millions. LGBT people, and religious minorities will be particularly affected.
Colorado is set to become second state to elect majority female legislature, it will increase in the number of female state lawmakers nationwide.