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December 2020

Gender-Related Issues in the Informal Employment Sector

2020-12-04T02:57:15-05:00

By: Stella Abah, Gender, Social Inclusion, & Community Engagement Advisor, IHP Kebbi State, Nigeria Everyone has the right to live and work free from violence and harassment. In spite of this, violence and harassment against women in the world of [...]

Gender-Related Issues in the Informal Employment Sector2020-12-04T02:57:15-05:00

Addressing Gender-based Violence in Environmental Conservation in Fiji

2020-12-05T01:13:29-05:00

By Maddison Hall, Program Coordinator In Fiji, a small island nation located in the South Pacific Ocean, there is an overwhelmingly high prevalence of gender-based violence (GBV). More than two in three women have experienced physical or sexual violence in [...]

Addressing Gender-based Violence in Environmental Conservation in Fiji2020-12-05T01:13:29-05:00

Razan Farmand, talks about her experience as a woman working in the U.S. criminal justice system

2020-12-03T02:32:16-05:00

Supporting and advocating for women human rights defenders is an integral part of WI-HER's work in 40 countries. Our Senior Director of HR, Risk Management, and Compliance, Razan Farmand, talks to Susan Faris Zerbe about her experience [...]

Razan Farmand, talks about her experience as a woman working in the U.S. criminal justice system2020-12-03T02:32:16-05:00

Achiya Michael’s thoughts on working on HIV at the Nagonga health center in Uganda.

2020-12-03T02:29:12-05:00

In celebration of 16 Days of Activism, we invite you to listen to Achiya Michael and some of his thoughts on working on HIV at the Nagonga health center in Uganda. "I'm Achiya Michael working in Nagonga [...]

Achiya Michael’s thoughts on working on HIV at the Nagonga health center in Uganda.2020-12-03T02:29:12-05:00

Olowo John’s thoughts on working on HIV at the Nagonga health center in Uganda

2020-11-30T03:46:53-05:00

We invite you to listen to Olowo John and some of his thoughts on working on HIV at the Nagonga health center in Uganda. "My name is Olowo John, retired teacher and a community worker with the Nagonga Health [...]

Olowo John’s thoughts on working on HIV at the Nagonga health center in Uganda2020-11-30T03:46:53-05:00

The Importance of Engaging Community Influencers to Address Gender Barriers and End All Forms of GBV Against Women

2020-11-29T01:42:01-05:00

By: Martin Muhire, Senior Gender and Youth Advisor With USAID RHITES-E, WI-HER supported Uganda’s Ministry of Health to identify and address community-based gender barriers that affect health behaviors in two health facilities. As a part of these activities, WI-HER [...]

The Importance of Engaging Community Influencers to Address Gender Barriers and End All Forms of GBV Against Women2020-11-29T01:42:01-05:00

Sister Annet Grace Naula’s thoughts on working in HIV at the Nagonga health center in Uganda

2020-11-30T03:46:26-05:00

In celebration of the 16 days campaign, and in honor of World AIDS Day, we invite you to listen to some of Sister Annet Grace Naula's thoughts on working in HIV at the Nagonga health center in [...]

Sister Annet Grace Naula’s thoughts on working in HIV at the Nagonga health center in Uganda2020-11-30T03:46:26-05:00

November 2020

The Importance of Working with Men and Boys to Address Sexual and Gender-Based Violence

2020-11-26T08:53:06-05:00

By Anne Kpason, Gender, Social Inclusion, and Community Engagement Advisor, Nigeria Have you ever wondered why men and boys engage in sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV)? According to a 2013 United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) report on engaging men and [...]

The Importance of Working with Men and Boys to Address Sexual and Gender-Based Violence2020-11-26T08:53:06-05:00

Women Human Rights Defenders: Leading the Way to a World Free From Violence

2020-11-26T10:46:12-05:00

By: Maddison Hall, Program Coordinator “Women human rights defenders [are] both female human rights defenders and any other human rights defenders who work in the defence of women’s rights or on gender issues.” – United Nations Special Rapporteur on the [...]

Women Human Rights Defenders: Leading the Way to a World Free From Violence2020-11-26T10:46:12-05:00
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