Despite surviving multiple traumas in their home countries, enduring criminalization in Mexico, and being denied asylum by the United States, these women stuck at the US-Mexico border teach us what it means to joyfully resist. It’s time fix the US asylum process to provide lifesaving refuge to people fleeing persecution because of their gender.
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Meet some of the women Oxfam works with who are leading the charge for equal rights and representation around the globe.
Danger—from hurricanes, earthquakes, and violence to COVID-19—is a daily fact of life in El Salvador, but women like Morena del Carmen De León Martínez are making a difference.
Anything is possible when ladies support ladies.
For families on the margins, climate change and the coronavirus are translating into hunger and malnutrition.
Cyclones in Asia and hurricanes in Central America hit areas already struggling with climate change and COVID-19.