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Global Women's Leadership Network $500 Initiatives Contest

Get in on the Prize! Create an initiative for leadership development for women and girls and enter the chance to win $500.00 Campaign ends May 31st. - Go to the Brainstorm Challenge site. … Read More»

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Sseko

Sseko \say-ko\ Designs was created to help some of the brightest, most committed young women in Uganda continue their education. … Read More»

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TANZANIA WOMEN MINERS ASSOCIATION (TAWOMA)

TAWOMA PROFILE Created in August 1997 and registered in November 1997 with registration Number 9280. … Read More»

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Sleeping With the Enemy

I remember being kept in our bedroom, as my ex-husband stood in front of the door, blocking my exit. We would have “talks” which could last for an hour at a time. … Read More»

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Trying to get an education in a war zone

We met Amos in 2011 when we visited Bunagana, DR Congo. Amos heads the local group of Coburwas. … Read More»

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A PENNY A POUND, PLUS POWER: THE COALITION OF IMMOKALEE WORKERS CHANGES HISTORY

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell Part 14 of the Harvesting Justice series … Read More»

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A child bride I once knew.

(Originally published for 'the WIP', this article made it as a feature story on International Woman's Day) … Read More»

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Mother, woman

Just yesterday the world celebrated the Mother's Day. The social networking sites, radios and television channels were bombarding us with emssages and advertisements. … Read More»

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'Every step is a fight'- the transgender community speaks on why they leave school.

"Every step is a fight Every breath a small victory A sheet of paper a milestone A pay slip, a dream that was feared to never come true." … Read More»

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Chutzpa

Chutzpa – my dictionary defines it as “shameless audacity” but I have a slightly different view. When I was young, someone told me I had a lot of it and I thought that was a good thing. … Read More»

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