Karama’ is the Arabic word for dignity, as well as a growing movement, fueled by a coalition of national, regional, and international partners, to end violence against women and to promote their full and equal participation in the Middle East and North Africa.
Karama puts emphasis on women from the ground up, addressing violence as they define it, with solutions of their own design, to ensure their rights, safety, security, and protection.
- الموعد النهائي لإرسال استمارات تقديم الدورة التدريبية الإقليمية للمدربين العرب: المرأة و السلام والأمن
- Call for Applications: Training of Trainers for Women, Peace, and Security
- Joint statement of Arab NGOs participating at CSW
- Karama Organization Bringing 20 Member Arab Women Delegation to New York
- Karama organization in partnership with UN Women opens groundbreaking consultation on gender equality and human rights in Amman, Jordan
- Statement from LWPP on Women and Security
- President of Libya to make key note address at Platform for Peace Conference in Libya
In the News
- Media should assume role as ‘fourth estate’
- Arab Women Say Time for Saying ‘Spring’ is Over
- For Women of the Arab Spring, the Revolutions isn’t Over
- Egyptian women want dignity for all, says an activist
- Syrian Activist Speaks Out
- Al Youm (Today) Program interviews Karama Delegate and Leading Activist Azza Kamel of Egypt