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.
- Arab Regional Network on Women, Peace, & Security Issues 10-Point Manifesto on Conflict & Post-Conflict
- Women pivotal to bringing lasting peace to countries in conflict
- Karama Partners Advocate for Accountability and Inclusion at the 58th Session of the UN CSW
- Karama Partners in Egypt Raise Awareness on International Women’s Day
- Yemeni Activists Prioritize Women’s Participation and Protection in Geneva
- Geneva II delegations are not representative of the Syrian people, says Syrian women’s group
- Arab Leaders Define National Strategies and Regional Opportunities for Women and Peace
In the News
- First Person: The 58th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women
- Amman conference focuses on women in conflict zones
- So you can talk the talk, but can you walk the walk?
- Arab women encouraged by Arab Spring: Activists
- Where are the Syrian women at the Geneva peace talks?
- Syrian Women Demand Voice at Peace Talks