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UN Security Council during the Open Debate on Women, Peace and Security in 2019. Photo: UN Women/Ryan Brown
Gender data story|Peace and security
Women at the UN Security Council: a sea change in numbers
Students on the grounds of the Angelina Jolie Primary School in Kakuma refugee camp, Kenya. Photo: UN Women/Ryan Brown
Gender data story|SDG monitoring
Leaving no girl behind in education
Chandra Kala Thapa works in the fields near Chatiune Village in Sindhuli Disrict, Nepal.     Photo: UN Women/Narendra Shrestha
Research highlight|SDG monitoring
It will take 22 years to close SDG gender data gaps
UN Women Colombia/Juan Camilo Arias
Impact story|Gender data production and collection
New national gender data publication makes waves in Colombia
Sunita Rai, 40, lives in Chalna at Dacope upazila in Khulna. She suffers due to a spinal cord ailment for the last 16 years, which stemmed from an injection that was pushed into her during her C-section delivery. Her husband abandoned her after finding her in that state, and has not been in contact with her since. She lives with her mother. Before the coronavirus pandemic, she used to work as a tailor and embroider, whenever she felt fit. But that came to a halt soon amid the outbreak, as she was laid off.
Research highlight|Disabilities
Six ways women with disabilities have been affected by the pandemic
A woman in Colombia sits in front of greenery and looks into the distance. Photo: UN Women/Juan Camilo Arias
Impact story|Intersecting inequalities
Colombia makes inroads on increasing data on intersecting inequalities
The distance to equal is long. Time is short
Are we on track to achieve gender equality by 2030?
Fathimath Maoona binth Anis, 15, at the beach right in front of their school in Dhiffushi, Maldives. Photo: UNICEF/Ashwa Faheem
Guest contributor|Gender data production and collection
No data, no debate: Integrating gender in the national statistical strategy in the Maldives
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