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Friday, July 25, 2014
Rwanda is proof that more women should work in criminal justice
As the world looks on in horror at the bloodshed in Gaza, Mary Gahonzire brings a unique perspective to the role of women in peacemaking and reconciliation. Gahonzire is deputy commissioner of the Rwanda Correctional Service, which runs prisons in...
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Recommendations: Women's Major Group's Contribution for the 8th session of the OWG on the Sustainable Development Goals: Conflict Prevention, Post-conflict Peace-building and Promotion of Durable Peace and Rule of Law and Governance (NGO)
Analysis and key recommendations by the Women’s Major Group Peace is the basis for sustainable development. Living in a conflict-free society with enduring peace is a fundamental human right. Just and sustainable peace represents not just the...
Friday, February 07, 2014
Report from SIGAR: Challenges to Securing Afghan Women’s Gains in a Post-2014 Environment
The situation for women during the Taliban regime contrasted sharply with that observed in earlier periods, particularly the era of the Soviet occupation (1979-89). During the Soviet occupation, Afghan Communist party leaders ran the country and...
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Rwanda: Minister Gasinzigwa Calls for More Women in Peace-Keeping Missions
The call was made on Tuesday by the Minister for Gender and Family Promotion, Oda Gasinzigwa at the closure of a two-day workshop on building capacity of prisons warders on international peacekeeping missions. The workshop attracted delegates from...
Sunday, October 27, 2013
RI’s women peace activists receive 2013 N-Peace Awards
Two Indonesian women peace activists have won the 2013 N-Peace Awards for their efforts to promote women's equality and protection of women against discrimination. “The N-Peace Awards for Indonesia this year is awarded to Bapak Suprayoga Hadi and...
Thursday, October 17, 2013
Rubiyanti Khalifah
Rubiyanti Khalifah, country representative of AMAN in Indonesia. AMAN is an organization working for peacebuilding through increasing the capacity and participation of women. iKNOW Politics: Women are often underrepresented in peace processes. What...
Monday, July 01, 2013
Rights group: 46 cases of harassment in Tahrir on 30 June
Injy Ghozlan, a member of Op Anti-Sexual Harassment/Assault, said the group has detected 46 incidents of sexual assault on protesters in Tahrir on Sunday, describing the assaults as "major and shocking." Some of the assaulted victims required...
Thursday, June 27, 2013
Report of the Sub-Regional Forum on Women's Participation in Post-Revolution Parliamentary Elections
This report aims at documenting the proceedings of the Sub-Regional Forum on Women’s Participation in Parliamentary Elections in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya; the three Arab countries which are going through a transition period to build democracy, since...
Monday, April 22, 2013
Report on Egyptian woman conditions in 2012
A report on the political, civil, economic and social rights of women in Egypt in 2012.   (We invite our users to read the complete report here)
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Romania: Gender equality missing from public debate
Despite being an EU member since January 2007, Romania placed 67th out of 134 countries in the World Economic Forum's 2010 World Gender Gap report. The ranking marks a three-place improvement from last year but shows little substantive...
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Reconciliation Resource Network (RRN)
Reconciliation Resource Network (RRN)is an online forum for sharing information, best practices, links and other resources among the diverse and geographically dispersed community of reconciliation practitioners, analysts and policy makers.
Wednesday, March 07, 2007
Refugee and Returnee Women: Skills Acquired in Exile and their Application in Peacetime
Displaced El Salvadorian women who lived in Honduran refugee camps during the 1970s and 1980s acquired significant knowledge of communal systems of education, medical care, and production, which enabled them to be self-sufficient. However, upon...
Friday, February 09, 2007
Report of the Learning Oriented Assessment of Gender Mainstreaming and Women's Empowerment Strategies in Rwanda
This report reviews the progress made in post-conflict Rwanda towards gender equality in an effort to understand elements from the country's experience that could be relevant in other post-conflict situations. It evaluates how UNIFEM's efforts...