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Legal Tools for the Establishment of Gender Equality through International Law

The Global Justice Center has put together a manual (see attachment below) to help you use international law to advance rights. … Read More»

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Women’s March salutes Reconstruction-era activist

Mary Ann Shadd Cary Edited by Carolyn Bennett … Read More»

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Offer: International Land Coalition Advocacy Toolbox

This toolbox is based on materials developed for ILC project in Eastern and Southern Africa from 2007-2010 entitled "Securing Women's Access to Land: Linking Research and Action". … Read More»

Past Gathering: UN Women Launch Event

Michelle Bachelet, Christiane Amanpour

UN Women, the newest organization in the UN is poised to give women a greater voice within the UN system and in the world. Read More »

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Libyan reforms need to accelerate women's rights to succeed

Are you in Libya? Do you know anyone there? It's really hard to gain a sense of what exactly is going on in the country through a patchy adn disjointed press which is largely owned by the government. … Read More»

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Kano Rape Case: 16-Year Raped in deserted Offices

Two of the three dismissed policemen standing trial on a 13-count charge for allegedly raping a 16-year-old girl last year, used abandoned offices belonging to a telecommunications company and a polit … Read More»

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Violence against women and the cultural legacies of Sudan

Sudanese women to exercise many of the practices that can be placed in the category of violence, violence is the psychological abuse or physical or mental abuse, whether it be … Read More»

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NIGERIA: What Women Are Worth

In her letter to UN Women executive director Michelle Bachelet, Nigerian women’s rights advocate Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale decries practices that rob girls and women around the world of equal opportunities. Read More »

"My womb can only carry daughters and I would never trade them for any boys."

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Somali Women as change agents

It is commonly said in Somalia that “while women can build peace only men can make it”. One reason for this is that a woman’s affiliations with the clan of her father, mother … Read More»

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