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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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Posted by in Announcements, News on June 13, 2017

New Publication: Revising the Script: Taking Community Mobilization to Scale for Gender Equality

This exploratory study by International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) and Raising Voices aims to inform the nascent conversation…

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Posted by in Announcements, News, Social Media on May 29, 2017

Living Out Our Values

In an analysis of gender based violence, Paula Akugizibwe shows how through actions or inactions, society is either reinforcing, or…

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Posted by in Announcements, Upcoming Events on May 15, 2017

Applications Extended for SASA! Course

Call for Applications: Raising Voices and CEDOVIP would like to thank all organizations that have expressed interest in becoming SASA! partners. We…

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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, Resources on April 4, 2017

Get Moving! Transforming Individuals and Organisations

Learning Paper: The GBV Prevention Network set out to engage with members working on VAW (prevention, advocacy and response) to…

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Posted by in News, Upcoming Events on April 4, 2017

Call for Applications for In Her Shoes Partners

Apply Now! Would you like your organization to “walk in the shoes” of women and girls experiencing violence? Feel the…

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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 Gender Equity, News, VAW in Emergencies and Reproductive Health on April 3, 2017

Africa: Ending Gender-Based Violence Key to Health and Well-Being

United Nations — Physical injuries are some of the more visible, and at times most deadly, consequences of gender-based violence…

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