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Dear Colleagues and Friends,
Fantsuam Foundation's Bayanloco Community Learning Center initiative is the focus of their GEM evaluation. The project aims to use ICT as an additional tool for poverty alleviation in rural communities in Nigeria, by promoting access to ICT facilities and relevant skills for rural women.
Join the movement! In April 2015, WILPF will commemorate a century of women’s peace activism with a “Women’s Power to Stop War” peace conference in the Hague.
A priority mentioned in Australian speeches and statements to the United Nations this year – Women, Peace and Security (WPS) – is likely to feature as the key “theme” of Australia's presidency of the Security Council.
But what is the WPS agenda? What progress has been made so far, and – given our support has been stronger in rhetoric than practice – what can Australia do better?
United Nations E/CN.6/2013/7
Economic and Social Council
13 December 2012