“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
SADOKE KIKUNDA Mayele repeatedly cracks his knuckles as he sits restlessly in a small room up a dank stairway in Goma
High decorated ceremony organized by the organization of the Somali women known as COGWO that focused on the role of
Just 15 years old, Sahar Gul has become the bruised and bloodied face of women's rights in Afghanistan.
Fatuma Elmi, a resettled refugee from Somalia, recently attended an international conference on the world's forcibly
Sergeant Eunice Kisembo discovered she was HIV positive in 2001 after her release from Luzira Prison.
Influential female singers known as “Hakamat” are still fuelling inter-tribal conflict in Sudan's Darfur
The Global Justice Center's (GJC) August 12th Campaign seeks to address the near universal failure to provide the opt
THE BABY'S name is Alame.
Women have made significant advances in politics over the past few decades, with females having served as the head of
Expressing grave concern about the ongoing violence that has impacted Bahrain with forty-four casualties, the BCHR &n
This chapter examines the largely overlooked relationship between female ex-combatants, DDR, and transitional justice
This is the second version of the PeaceWomen handbook, complied by WILPF’s Gender, Peace and Security Programme.