Social Media

Posted by in Announcements, News, Social Media, VAW in Emergencies and Reproductive Health on April 13, 2017

Social Media Toolkit to Build Feminist Support for Article on Gender-based Violence

“It’s not about the gender binary, it’s about the gender hierarchy” International Review of the Red Cross, Issue No. 901,…

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Posted by in News, Social Media on April 3, 2017

Let’s Talk about Power

Power: We seldom talk about personal power—how we use it or how it’s used against us. Could it be because…

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Posted by in 16 Days, Gender and Education, News, Social Media on December 12, 2016

Shuffling Paedophiles is not the answer to making Education Safe for all Girls

Africa: “He did it in a classroom, the staff room and in his house”. 12-year-old Mary and 13-year-old Mercy (not…

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Posted by in Announcements, News, Social Media on November 9, 2016

#VAWFree Social Media Campaign Wrap-Up

The GBV Prevention Network’s #VAWFree social media campaign involved organisations and individuals working towards ending gender-based violence using strategies rooted in rethinking relationships…

Posted by in Announcements, News, Social Media on November 3, 2016

#VAWFree GBV Prevention Social Media Campaign on Violence against Women

The GBV Prevention Network embarked on a social media campaign to raise awareness about violence against women from October 31st…

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Posted by in News, Social Media on October 31, 2016

Protect women – at all cost

Kenya: In May 2015, the Protection Against Domestic Violence Act was assented to in Kenya and came into effect on…

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Posted by in News, Social Media on July 7, 2016

Why we need to talk more about patriarchy, privilege and violence against African women?

Patriarchy and privilege: A friend and I begin a Twitter chat. I have picked up from her most recent tweets that…

Posted by in News, Social Media on July 5, 2016

Stripping the layers of patriarchy bit by bit for a violence free world

Patriarchy: The first time my daughter came home and insisted to me that she was a girl as if that…

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Posted by in News, Social Media on January 20, 2014

African Feminists Rock!

African Feminists Rock! is an exciting new blog that seeks in its own words to “amplify the transgressive brilliance of…

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Posted by in Social Media on August 23, 2013

New and exciting website on gender and social movements from the team at Eldis and IDS!

The  BRIDGE Gender and Social Movements website is a great new online resource that provides innovative multimedia  platforms and materials…

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