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“Ododo Wa” African Launch, Uganda

December 6 to 12, 2019: Kampala, Kitgum, Gulu and Aboke By: Annie Bunting, CSiW Project Director, with Isabelle Masson and ...
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Vingt femmes à la une de l’actualité de l’ONU en 2019

[Only available in French] 1/ Julienne Lusenge, de la République démocratique du Congo Militante engagée dans la lutte contre les ...
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In Loving Memory of a Dear Friend, Colleague and Tireless Advocate for Women’s Rights

We were shocked and deeply saddened to learn of the sudden passing of our friend and colleague Ms. Albertine Zawadi ...
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Exhibit Launch – Ododo Wa: Stories of Girls in War

Ododo Wa: Stories of Girls in War, a dynamic multi-media museum exhibit, launched at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights ...
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NEW: Civil Society Declaration on Sexual Violence

Read the recent Civil Society Declaration on Sexual Violence here ...
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Newly Published! Nigeria Country Report

By Dr. Lawan Balami, Asma'u Mustapha and Dr. Judith-Ann Walker Data collected from June to August 2017.  Date: August 2019 ...
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Fragments of Memory Exhibition

Fragments of Memory Exhibition Artistic Representations of Diaspora Lives Opening, October 8th (3:00pm - 5:00pm) York University Keele Campus 305 ...
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New CSiW team members!

We are pleased to introduce four students who have recently jointed our team: Janelle Curry (first on the left) is ...
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Sexual slavery, forced marriage, conjugal slavery: problems around collecting the voices of the victims

Gaëlle Breton-Le Goff Courts distort the voices of victims in various ways, making it difficult to piece together the truth. ...
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Research as more than extraction? Knowledge production and gender-based violence in African conflicts

By Annie Bunting and Joel Quirk Researching gender-based violence in African conflicts is ethically treacherous. A new series looks at ...
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