$250,000will underwrite one of our researchers for a year who is investigating how to secure dignity, justice, and accountability as we emerge from the pandemic.
First row image captions left to right: A portrait of Maasai leaders who are committed to ending female genital mutilation and child marriage in their community, in Simanjiro, Tanzania / Children in a favela in Rio de Janeiro watch as a volunteer disinfects public areas during the covid-19 pandemic, Brazil, April 20, 2020 / Parisians in lockdown applaud healthcare workers battling the covid-19 pandemic in France, April 14, 2020
Second row image captions left to right: A collective of women, widowed by the 2006-2008 clashes between the insurgent Sabaot Land Defence Force and Kenyan government forces, have bonded together for support following their husbands’ enforced disappearances and deaths / A girl in Anapra, Mexico reaches out across the border wall to touch hands with a person in the United States, February 26, 2019 / A girl plays in a public park in Patan, Nepal. Thirty-seven percent of girls in Nepal marry before age 18, and 10 percent are married by age 15. The minimum age of marriage under Nepali law is 20 years of age. April 2016.
Third row image captions left to right: On the eve of Libya's first democratic national election, Haja Nowara held a vigil in the square outside the courthouse in Benghazi, where she spent many evenings supporting the revolution since early 2011. "I have waited my whole life for tomorrow, which will be a new day for Libya," said Nowara, who would be voting for the first time in her life. "We sacrificed a lot to get here." / Girls walk home from a government school in Kabul, Afghanistan, where they study in tents or in the open air, while boys study in buildings built by foreign donors. / Syrian refugee children on their way to school in Mount Lebanon.