Today marks International Women’s Day, a day where the world pauses to take stock of women’s diverse achievements as well as the persisting patriarchal systems which undermine efforts to transform societies into equitable ones. This year’s theme is ‘DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality’, focussing on: celebrating the women and girls who are championing the advancement of transformative technology and digital education. exploring the impact of the digital gender gap on widening economic and social inequalities. spotlighting the importance of protecting the rights of women and girls in digital spaces and addressing online and ICT-facilitated gender-based violence. Previous Next
Our Nigerian member organisation, WRAPA, had a busy and successful May. Read what they’ve been up to… “May started well with the validation meeting of the policy advisory designed as a tool for policy uptake seek, to ensure that measures are put in place for school girls in emergency periods such a COVID 19 by relevant state and non-state actors to ensure the re-enrolment of girls in schools during crisis situations. The validation meeting was conducted at the Ministry of Education in five project state namely; FCT, Adamawa, Jigawa, Plateau, Sokoto and Katsina under the MITIGATING COVID 19 IMPACT ON
Download the Call to Action and Accountability (ENG) Télécharger A l’action et à la redevabilité (FR) Download SOAWR’s Press Statement – 30th November 2023 Télécharger Télécharger le communiqué de presse
Status of women’s and girls’ rights in South Sudan Women and girls in South Sudan face extreme challenges with limited rights to protection, participation and inclusion. As such, South Sudan
Dissemination of the findings of the Study on Review of Discriminatory Laws related to Violence against Women in Africa
Join us for a time of insightful sharing and discussion of the findings of selected African countries’ reports on review of discriminatory laws relating to violence against women in Africa.