Let the countdown begin! It’s been a great year for Women in the World. We launched this new website in association with the New York Times, grew our content and community, and brought exciting live events to London and New Delhi in addition to our annual summit in New York City.
To mark the end of 2015, we’re bringing you the 11 most popular posts on our site this year.
A photo showing a mom simultaneously breastfeeding her son and friend’s son drew sharp comments.
Instagram removed Rupi Kaur’s photo not once, but twice, before reinstating it after an uproar.
“What she said about Planned Parenthood was a 100 percent lie,” Steinem said of Fiorina’s remarks during a Republican debate.
The icon isn’t abandoning Bollywood for Hollywood, she’s inspiring pride among her fans in the U.S.
Some Iranians found Sadaf Taherian’s posts “immoral.”
In March, our op-ed contributor felt hope was dashed for her as a moral leader in Myanmar.
Sisa Abauu Dauh El-Nemr was honored by the Egyptian government and called “the ideal mother.”
8. Poet, 12, from the slums of Nairobi enthralls crowd in New York City with tearful words
Eunice Akoth journied from the urban slum where she grew up in Nairobi, Kenya, to New York for the Women in the World summit, accompanied by Kennedy Odede, a visionary who’s making an education reality for her and many others. She recited her powerful poem, “My Dream.”
Catching up on the “granny hair” trend.
The trailer for Nina Ansary’s new book Jewels of Allah: The Untold Story of Women in Iran made viewers rethink their preconceptions.
One of the world’s most advanced social robots visited our office for a candid conversation.