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The International Knowledge Network of Women in Politics (iKNOW Politics) launched its website, iknowpolitics.org, in Indonesia on Thursday to provide a forum for women to learn about politics from other countries' experiences.
Creators said the website aimed to increase the participation and effectiveness of women in political life by stimulating dialogue, creating knowledge and sharing experiences.
Association for Women's Rights in Development
Solidarity for African Women's Rights (SOAWR) is proud to announce the launch of its new website. SOAWR is a coalition of 30 civil society organizations across the continent working to ensure that the Protocol to the African Charter on the Rights of Women in Africa remains on the agenda of policy makers and to urge all African leaders to safeguard the rights of women through ratification and implementation of the Protocol.
This site lets internally displaced people tell their life stories – in their own words. The narratives in these pages are valuable complements to the official information on conflicts which governments and international organisations offer.
Read and listen to IDP Voices from Colombia and Georgia. IDP Voices from further countries will be added as the projects progress.
The Gender Equality Architecture Reform Campaign (GEAR) is pleased to announce the launch of the official Global GEAR Campaign Website. From 7 June onwards www.gearcampaign.org will keep you informed about the latest developments at the UN as well as about the GEAR activities of the GEAR Campaign.
To fight the phenomenon of violence against women, Adovcates for Human Rights, with support from the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) and the Open Society Institute's Network Women's Program, have developed the Stop Violence against Women website (STOPVAW).