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Soraya

There are movies you watch and forget. There are others that stay with you forever. The Stoning of Soraya is one movie I will never forget. … Read More»

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The Urgency of Housing in Haiti: First Priority in Addressing Widespread Rape (Part I)

The 7.3 earthquake which struck Haiti on January 12 was only the start of Haiti’s most recent catastrophe. … Read More»

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Tell the US Congress to Make Violence against Women History

The International Violence Against Women Act (I-VAWA) has been introduced in the Senate and the House of Representatives. … Read More»

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Broadcasting Women's Voices in Haiti's Reconstruction: Women's Community Radio

Haitian women have been increasingly vocal and active in social, political, and economic issues since the fall of the Duvalier dictatorship in 1986. … Read More»

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"Our Bodies are Shaking Now" - Rape Follows Earthquake in Haiti

“The way you saw the earth shake, that’s how our bodies are shaking now,” said a member of the grassroots anti-violence group Commission of Women Victim-to-Victim (KOFAVIV by its Creole acronym). … Read More»

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Virtual Knowledge Centre to End Violence Against Women and Girls

The Global Virtual Knowledge Centre to End Violence against Women and Girls is an online resource in English, French and Spanish, designed to serve the needs of policymakers, programme implementers an … Read More»

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A History of Haitian Women's Involvement (International Women's Day Part II)

"We remember, we advance," read the marble plaque to the employees of the women's ministry who were killed in the Haiti's January 12 earthquake. … Read More»

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Raising Up Another Haiti

As Haiti moves forward from the current point of devastation of its population, capitol city, and economy, what could a different nation look like? … Read More»

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Haiti: Collapsed House, No Number

“Collapsed house, no number” is an old expression that Haitians uses to indicate that their flimsy homes of sticks-and-mud or shoddy cement blocks have finally fallen apart. … Read More»

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Haiti: Magalie Marcelin

“A loss for the whole nation.” That is how one of Magalie Marcelin’s friends described the death of this women’s rights leader in Haiti’s earthquake January 12. … Read More»

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