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The Report, Next Generation 2015 and Beyond, was jointly commissioned by ActionAid Bangladesh, British Council and the University of Liberal Arts of Bangladesh and jointly authored by...
The weather was very moderate, 27 Celsius as if in agreement with our vision. It was the Safe Cities street walk in my university. I was part of the over 40 students who were on the streets of our...
Mary Jay, Nigeria
Mrs. Rose Onuoha is a 48 years old widow, a mother of three children and sells Okpa (a local bean cake) at Life Camp junction, Kado Biko, a suburb in Abuja.   Rose says life has been...
Our primary mode of engagement with communities is long-term partnership. This 10-year long ‘programme’ enters communities through Child Sponsorship, which is funded by individuals mostly from the...
Our primary mode of engagement is long-term partnership with people. This is 10-year long ‘programmes’ entering communities through Child Sponsorship funded by individuals mostly from the global...
From an early age, I experienced some of the problems of women’s mobility in the city myself. Whether a woman or girl is working outdoors or a homemaker, educated or empowered, the situation is...
The report details women’s experience of urban public transport in Bangladesh, Brazil and Nigeria, and how lost tax revenues can pay to improve it.
A smile starts on the lips, a grin spreads to the eyes, a chuckle comes from the belly; but a good laugh bursts forth from the soul, overflows, and bubbles all around. — Carolyn BirminghamWant to...
Women's laughter
ActionAid’s Eva Perroni reflects on France's Burkini ban, the media surrounding it and its implications for women and their rights.For the past few weeks, social media has been abuzz with images...