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Posted by in News on January 15, 2018

Can women’s economic empowerment drive gender-based violence?

Women’s economic empowerment is often touted as the magic bullet — one that can respond to and mitigate violence by…

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Posted by in Announcements on November 29, 2017

Consultancy to develop COFEM’s Feminist Pocketbook

Consultancy: The Coalition of Feminists for Social Change (COFEM) is an advocacy collective of thought leaders, activists, practitioners and academics…

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Posted by in News on October 23, 2017

Good Men Should Not Be Quiet Spectators: Is Shared Outcry Bringing an End to the Cruel Privilege of Impunity?

The pain and anger of more than a million people who tweeted #MeToo in the last week have crowded social…

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Posted by in News on October 16, 2017

Consultancy – Researchers for GBV project design, monitoring and evaluation

Consultancy: UNDP is seeking individuals with VAW project design and evaluation experienced to support an exciting new global project focused…

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Posted by in Announcements, News, Social Media on October 5, 2017

Embracing Diversity for Revolutionary Activism

“you can’t effectively resist domination when you’re all messed up” Bell Hooks One thing I have learnt is that gender…

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Posted by in Announcements, News on September 18, 2017

Rio, Brazil: A convergence to place sexual violence, intimate partner violence, child abuse and maltreatment at the heart of resolve

SVRI 2017 Forum: South Africa | A diverse assembly of global stakeholders will engage on possible interventions to prevent and…

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Posted by in News on September 6, 2017

SASA!’s Voice Carries around the World

SASA!: Since the SASA! research study showed to be effective in Uganda, organizations from over 20 countries and 60 organizations have approached Raising…

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Posted by in News on July 27, 2017

Senate to End Violence Against Women, Gender Inequality

Nigeria, Abuja: Worried by all forms of discrimination and violence against women, the Senate has waded into the ugly thriving trend,…

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Posted by in News on July 3, 2017

CSOs Vow No Surrender in Teen Mothers Debate

Dar es Salaam — Civil society organisations (CSOs) say they will not be silenced in the current debate on whether…

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Posted by in News on June 28, 2017

Tanzania: Zanzibar to Amend Laws to Fight Gender-Based Violence

Zanzibar — Zanzibar government plans to amend some of its laws to strengthen the fight against gender-based violence (GBV) in the…

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