Category: International

Gender Rethinking, Gender Peacebuilding 2014

This report is based on a three-year research project on gender in peacebuilding, which involved field research in four countries (Burundi, Colombia, Nepal and Uganda), with a thematic focus on four areas of peacebuilding: • access to justice (including formal, informal, traditional and transitional justice); • economic recovery (especially of ex-combatants and of returnee populations … Continue reading Gender Rethinking, Gender Peacebuilding 2014

DAWN: Ugandan Government Must Stop Trying to Pass Anti-Homosexuality Bill

Original post at http://www.dawnnet.org/advocacy-appeals.php?signon=267&id=267 “In the future, the laws that criminalise so many forms of human love and commitment will look the way apartheid laws do to us now – so obviously wrong.” (Archbishop Desmond Tutu, The Lancet, Volume 380, Issue 9839, 28 July 2012) Some Parliamentarians and religious groups in Uganda are once more attempting to push through … Continue reading DAWN: Ugandan Government Must Stop Trying to Pass Anti-Homosexuality Bill

Civil Society Declaration: Women’s human rights must be at the centre of the Family Planning Summit

Women’s Human Rights must be at the centre of the Family Planning Summit, Civil Society Declaration June 19 2012 Center for Reproductive Rights issued a Civil Society Declaration, Women’s human rights must be at the centre of the Family Planning Summit. It was endoresed by a total of 327 signatures from over 80 countries including Sri … Continue reading Civil Society Declaration: Women’s human rights must be at the centre of the Family Planning Summit