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Women, Peace and Security: 10 Years After 1325
By: Fatoumata Nabie Fofana
Today's edition is focused on wives taking on roles as primary breadwinners in their families while their husbands assuming the stay-at-home role with the responsibilities of raising the children. Nowadays, more women in Liberian are becoming primary breadwinners for their families; stepping away from their 'home-keeper' roles.
2010 celebrates the 10th anniversary of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security.10 points on 10 years UNSCR 1325 in Europe
CSO Position Paper on Europe-wide Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325
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Breaking News from the Peace Table in Havana
November 6, 2013
Media in Southern Africa still has a long way to go towards gender sensitive reporting in newsrooms, a study by Gender Links has revealed.
Women have become more forthcoming as news sources than before as indicated by findings of the Gender and Media Progress Study (GMPS) that show that during the past seven years women sources have risen from 4% to 20% in Botswana.
In presenting these findings, Binki Kerileng a gender activist, said that during her time as a councillor she would attend rallies and functions with her male counterparts yet she would not be quoted.
A biweekly bulletin has for the past year been helping to transform the lives of women in Maluku's capital.
The 16-page gazette, called Koran Ibu (Mothers' News) , has been training poorly educated women to become journalists so they can bring attention to the often neglected issues facing women and children in the province .
There are signs of positive action to counter the culture of gender-based violence in Katanga province in the southeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC.
Perhaps the most significant step taken in recent months has been the creation of a new police unit to protect young women and girls, which was officially inaugurated in the provincial capital Lubumbashi on April 21.