Counseling and other services allow women to reclaim control and even develop a new purpose in life.
Programs help sexual assault survivors confront a tangle of law enforcement, medical and legal proceedings. (Pictured, part of a webpage of a nonprofit group that reports and records sexual assaults.)
Online nude-photo scandal underscores a pigheaded cluelessness about women in the ranks.
Though backers of "sex worker" unions claim the groups promote rights, the women I interviewed seemed anything but empowered. (Pictured, Cambodian prostitutes.)
In addition to his ruthless anti-drug policies, the Philippines president is known for undermining women, but they continue to defy him. (Pictured, Vice President Leni Robredo, a Duterte critic.)
The first installment of a two-part series investigates the brutality and rampant misogyny that the Philippines president has visited upon his country.
A writer-activist fighting to end abuse of women explores the breast-milk trade in Cambodia.
The new legislation also sparks a sense of mourning for women who didn’t live to benefit from it.
Supplying the rich with hair from poor women and children is not “meeting a need” but creating a demand.