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Offer: 2013 Disability Rights scholarship program (deadline to apply: 10 December 2012)

The Disability Rights Scholarship Program will offer up to 20 awards to individuals from Nepal and select countries in Africa and Latin America for LLM study beginning in fall 2013. … Read More»

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Need: GIRL CHILD EDUCATION FUND

In 1999. I started a program that I paid for Girls School fees in a primary School in Ghana, West-Africa, … Read More»

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Zambian Women Launch Crowdsourcing Project to Map All African Women in Technology Intiatives

I saw this on AWID (http://www.awid.org/News-Analysis/Announcements2/Zambian-Women-Launch-Am...) and knew that it would be … Read More»

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Offer: Job: Programme Officer, Gender Peace and Security - Women Peace and Security Network Africa

The Women Peace and Security Network Africa (WIPSEN-Africa). Accra, Ghana. Description: … Read More»

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The Street Childen of Accra, Ghana

They all seem to have the same stories to tell..poverty, forced into it, lack of funds. That’s the same fate thousands of street children in Ghana are facing now. … Read More»

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Offer: Job: Project Manager, Action Aid: Women's Rights And Sustainable Livelihoods, Africa

Over the next four years ActionAid will implement a groundbreaking project that aims to build sustainable livelihoods for women smallholder farmers in Ghana and Rwanda. … Read More»

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Celebrating Leymah Gbowee: Nobel Peace Prize Winner and Gender Activist

From the rising dust of women’s feet scampering for safety lay dead seven courageous women who had been shot dead on 3rd March 2011 during a peaceful march in Abobo, Abidjan, to protest the violent po … Read More»

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Nobel Peace Prize 2011

The Nobel Peace Prize 2011 was awarded to three women "For their non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women’s rights to full participation in peace-building work". … Read More»

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Badmouthing Women: A Male Disorder

This week British Prime Minister David Cameron did something that his voters had not selected him for: apologize, after making derogatory comments about two of his women colleagues. … Read More»

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