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We meet here to share efforts and experiences towards building a more gender sensitive & responsive society. Our vision is harmony in our relationship with each other, gender equality and equity.
Latest Activity: May 25, 2020
Started by Eric UWINTWAZA Jan 23, 2014. 0 Replies 1 Like
Does someone know a firm of consultants that could respond to this appeal from Burundi?Best regards,Eric Uwintwaza.Continue
Started by Rituu B. Nanda. Last reply by Tarun Verma Oct 16, 2013. 9 Replies 1 Like
We have had some discussion in this group on sexual assault and rape triggered by a video shared by Tapati Dutta. Even after fatal gang rape of a young woman in New Delhi in Dec triggered an uproar,…Continue
Started by Abbas Mancey. Last reply by Elischia Fludd Jul 22, 2011. 12 Replies 2 Likes
Not sure how much public out cry this is getting in your country/ region but quite a few persons and groups are asking that Rihanna's new song "Man Down" be banned for fear it causing women and girls…Continue
Started by Nicole Rhonda Cole. Last reply by Nicole Rhonda Cole Jul 2, 2011. 4 Replies 3 Likes
The Movie "ENOUGH" starring Jennifer Lopez highlighted the fact that many Women will continue to die unless they are willing to "fight" for their lives like I did! I live because I fought "valiantly"…Continue
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The Clinical Management of Children and Adolescents Who Have Experienced Sexual Violence: Technical Considerations for PEPFAR Programs These technical considerations and accompanying job aids serve as a guide for medical providers to address and respond to the unique needs and rights of children and adolescents who have experienced sexual violence and exploitation. These resources focus on the delivery of clinical post-rape care services and include information on establishing services tailored to the unique needs of children and adolescents, preparing for and performing a head-to-toe physical examination, conducting forensics evidence collection, and ensuring follow-up care and referrals for psychosocial and community support services.
Access this document on the AIDSTAR-One website at: http://aidstarone.com/focus_areas/gender/resources/reports/prc_tech....
Tessie Tzavaras Catsambas
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Call for proposals and intend to support up to 16 more young feminist groups led by young women and transgender youth under 30 years of age.
We are already planning for next month, September 25 but this time extending the action to the communities across the Caribbean... In Dominica, we are planning an ORANGE rally, through the streets of the capital... the awareness is taking root and we have the young people to thank, those who promoted and participated using social media... i saw lots of photos, videos and the like across Facebook from many of my friends and colleagues
Nice to hear a powerful message from the group moderator, Tapati! Thank you.
Delroy, any experience to share from the day?Thanks
Efforts of myriad colours, leading to empowerment - May we internalize and realize the colours of empowerment :-)
A great effort in the Caribbean! I will support from India by wearing orange on Saturday. You are welcome to post some photos of the event here.
Friends, The CARICOM Youth Ambassadors are doing a social network promotion where they are rallying to fight violence against women n girls. Everyone is asked to wear something Orange and take a pic n post it on facebook or twitter or blackberry messenger. Make a comment saying something to support our women. Join the fight as we support our women. Wear orange on Saturday 25th, August 2012... Thank you.
for more information, please check out my blog: http://jetzzzpoeticexpressions.blogspot.com/2012/08/orange-is-colou...
The Innovation Window will provide £250,000 – £2m of funding for the most innovative, effective pilot projects that support marginalised girls, at both primary and secondary level, to succeed in their education.
The Girls’ Education Challenge is looking for non-state organisations, including the private sector, with fresh ideas and projects which can be robustly evaluated for their potential impact on providing the world’s poorest girls a real chance to improve their future.
Read more at: http://www.dfid.gov.uk/gec/iw
I am happy to welcome Jeffrey from Zambia to this group. Its special as its his birthday! Look forward to your sharing on this group, Jeffrey!
You will find gender terminologies in these two documents
Hope you find them useful.
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