“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.”
Wikigender would like to hear your views, lessons learned and best practices or policies in ending violence against w
Bosnia and Herzegovina was one of the 200 countries in the world that joined the One Billion Rising Campaign and rose
In the small nation of Montenegro, men are in the minority.
Date: 24.06.2013 - 28.06.2013
Women in the Balkans are leading a political revolution.
Amnesty International is deeply concerned and shocked at recent threats made against human rights defender, Nazlie Ba
We Demand a Truly Democratic Government Respectful of a Participatory System based on Freedom and Peace!
A couple months ago, I asked for advice on how to create a network between very small NGOs active in the crafts secto
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EPLO Expert Workshop EU Comprehensive Approach to UNSCR1325/1820
Today we mark the anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide and offer our thoughts and prayers to the victims and their
The overall situation for minority groups in Kosovo is not good and conditions are particularly bad for girls and wom
Civil society organisations in Cyprus have been left speechless by recent incidents involving migrant women – t
When Sevda Cibo returned to the Sarajevo suburb of Hadzici in March 1996 after spending most of the war as a refugee,
Serbia, an aspiring European Union member, succeeded in increasing the percentage of women in its Parliament substant
Two hundred women have declared their intention to contest seats in Chechnya's legislature in the September 8 electio
Celebrating only five years of independence and following recent fanfare surrounding its struggle to achieve recognit
A conference on the obligations of Bosnia and Herzegovina to women survivors of war crimes organized by the Swiss Ass
MORE THAN a decade after United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) was adopted, the absence of women fro
Joint Conference in Bosnia: February 10th – 14th 2014
The campaign to ensure women's equal participation at the peace talks on Syria in January has become more urgent, as
The EU must ensure a gender balanced approach as it spearheads talks between Kosovo and Serbia, writes Lena Ag.
Conflict Prevention & Women's Participation in Ukraine
The Cyprus Community Media Centre (CCMC) is organising a photography exhibition next month within the framework of th
The participation of women in conflict resolution and mediation efforts around the world is an enormous force for goo
The 1975 Helsinki Final Act committed OSCE participating States to resolve conflicts by peaceful means.
The International Board of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom released a statement entitled "The
This initiative by WILPF is a declaration by the WILPF European women, demanding that the EU prioritize wom
This initiative is a gathering of anti-war and social justice activists, organizations, networks and movements from d