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From left to the right: David Fardo (Youth parliament - PJ); Sheila Manjate (Women Forum - FM); Osman Cossing (Institute for Multiparty Democracy - IMD); António Nhantumbo (Mozambican Association of PwD - ADEMO); Roda Mondlane (Friedrich-Erbert-Stiftung )
Monday, March 07, 2022
The contribution of women to and gender issues in the 2021/2022 electoral reform process in Mozambique
After a quarter of a century of democratic experience that followed another 25 years of a revolutionary process that put women’s emancipation at the centre of the revolutionary discourse, women in Mozambique still face social, economic and political...
Esperança Laurinda Francisco Nhiuane Bias
Monday, February 07, 2022
Esperança Bias
Esperança Laurinda Francisco Nhiuane Bias is the President of the Assembly of the Republic of Mozambique. This interview was conducted on 6 September 2021, in Vienna (Austria), during the 13th Summit of Women Speakers of Parliament. Click on the...
Tuesday, March 08, 2016
Expert in Gender and Parliament Budget and Expenditure oversight
Office : UNDP Country Office - MOZAMBIQUE Deadline : 14-Mar-16 Posted on : 04-Mar-16 Link to Atlas Project : 00078797 - PALOP-TL SAI-ISC support for external control  Background: UNDP’s democratic governance practice...
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Violence against women in politics
Highlighting news, interviews, resources and events on violence against women in politics
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Graca Machel Urges Women to Stand Up for Themselves
The chairperson of one of Mozambique's most prominent NGOs, the Community Development Foundation (FDC), and former First Lady, Graca Machel, on Thursday urged young Mozambican women to stand up for themselves in the society. For more information,...
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Green Line, To Denounce Domestic Violence
The Mozambican Interior Ministry is to have a "Green Line" installed in all police stations across the country by the end of this year to receive denounciations of violence against women and children.The work to install such free phone lines is at...
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Mozambique: Women Should Be Involved in Policy Making
The Mozambican trade union movement must fight to increase the number of women involved in making employment and training policies, so that women can gain self- confidence and defend their labour rights, declared Amelia Bibiana, secretary of...
Monday, June 30, 2008
Addressing Violence Against Women: Piloting and Programming
This report highlights lessons learned from ten pilot projects that used a programme guide created by UNFPA to help health care providers address gender-based violence. It also summarizes presentations from ten experts on gender-based violence and...
Saturday, December 01, 2007
Constitution Building Processes and Democratization
This study focuses on the activity of revising constitutions which reflects a changed perception of their importance and purposes. Changes start with constitution-making, whether as a form of negotiation or the consolidation of social victory or...
Wednesday, August 01, 2007
Gender Responsive Budgeting And Women’s Reproductive Rights: A Resource Pack
This resource provides relevant knowledge to facilitate mainstreaming gender-responsive approaches into reproductive health programmes, and the inclusion of specific aspects of gender inequality and disadvantage into national policy frameworks. It...
Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Mozambique Human Development Report 1998
This report is the first Human Development Report for Mozambique. It focuses on the central themes of peace, economic growth, and opportunities for human development. It argues that Mozambique must ensure a transition from a nation-wide lack of...
Tuesday, February 13, 2007
Enhancing Women's Participation in Electoral Processes in Post-conflict Countries: Experiences from Mozambique
This paper examines the case of women's participation in electoral processes in Mozambique. It investigates gender-sensitive legislation, voter registration and education, political parties, and training of women candidates.