by Johanna Kanes, IANGEL Bridge Fellow Women’s rights activists, organizations and governments around the world gather in New York every March for the UN-led Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), which is United Nation’s largest gathering on gender equality.
We were thrilled to learn that on February 24, 2019, the Courier-Journal, Kentucky’s largest newspaper, featured an excellent column by journalist Siddique Malik about IANGEL’s Amel Zenoune-Zouani award, and our 2019 awardee, the brilliant and courageous Dr. Riffat Hassan. Used with
On February 28, 2019, International Action Network for Gender Equity & Law (IANGEL) and the Women’s Intercultural Network (WIN) presented an informative panel discussion on the the year of public services for gender equality, in preparation for attendance at the
We are immensely thankful for your presence at our 6th Anniversary Dinner. It was inspiring to listen to our keynote speaker Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini, a brilliant international advocate, researcher, trainer and writer on peacebuilding and gender equality. We are proud to honor
At IANGEL, we harness the power of pro bono legal assistance, connecting it to the cause of women’s rights locally, nationally, and around the world. We amplify our voice towards building a just world where everyone has an equal access
OAKLAND, California—A federal proposal to dramatically expand grounds for denying immigrants green cards and citizenship in the United States has drawn opposition from the International Action Network for Gender Equity & Law (IANGEL). The legal advocacy group observes, in a formal comment submitted
by Erica Gibson In March of 2018, a delegation of six from International Action Network for Gender Equity and Law (IANGEL) joined more than 4,000 human rights defenders from 120 countries at the United Nations (UN) headquarters in New York
By Swarnima Shrestha Communications & Fundraising – Atlas Corps Fellow IANGEL Human trafficking is a multidimensional human rights violation that centers on the act of exploitation and remains a challenging human rights concerns. While the historical view of trafficking focused