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Must Reads: #ChallengeAccepted

Must Reads: The Human Rights Council report on what needs to improve in the working world: improvement of women’s human rights. Indrani Goradia, one of Every Woman Treaty’s founding members has a…

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Must Reads: Changing Global Systems

Must Reads: a call to end violence against women journalists by UN expert, Dubravka Simonovic. The UN SWOP Report 2020 highlights the pressing need to end the practices that defy women and girls. The…

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UN Mandela Prize Awarded to Dr. Morissanda Kouyate

The following is a statement from Dr. Eleanor Nwadinobi, Founding Co-Chair of Every Woman Treaty Steering Committee in support of her colleague Dr. Morissanda Kouyaté. “It is with great delight that…

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Must Reads: Exploring the Female Perception of VAWG

Tunisian women continuing their fight for true gender equality and exploring the female perception of violence against women and girls through film. A report covering how COVID-19 has impacted the…

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Must Reads: Rates of Violence Against Women and Girls Continue to Rise Amid Pandemic

In this week’s Must Reads: exploring the methods of gathering true and accurate data on domestic violence in South Africa, Save the Children and their efforts in combatting the rise of sexual…

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Must Reads: Demanding Systems Change for Women and Girls

In this week’s Must Reads: South African activists and women are calling for an end to domestic violence after three women are found dead. Amina Mohammed addresses boys and men to be a part of ending…

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Must Reads: African Union, UN Human Rights Council Address Police Brutality and Black Lives Matter Movement

In this week’s Must Reads: COVID-19 Pandemic Cannot Distract Us From The Urgent Need To Eliminate Sexual Violence In Conflict. Giving Voice to Alaska’s Unheard Sexual Assault Survivors. Citing…

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Summer Internships

Summer 2020 Internship Opportunities Every Woman Treaty is offering unpaid internships to students and volunteers from around the world to work on our Lead Nations Project. Please share this…

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Must Reads: Maternity Ward Massacre in Afghanistan

In this week’s Must Reads: Maternity ward massacre in Afghanistan. An effective response to the pandemic means tackling the violence and inequality faced by women. Using codewords to protect against…

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REMINDER: Covid-19 and Red Shoes Virtual Event

Watch our Virtual Event from May 11th at 5:00 PM GMT / 1:00 PM EDT. Experts from Pakistan, Nigeria, Russia, and Afghanistan will discuss the intersecting pandemics: COVID-19 and Violence Against…

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Le lauréat du prix Nelson Mandela déplore le "laxisme" sur la pratique de l'excision en Guinée @womantreaty

It’s the last day of #DisabilityPrideMonth & although my name in Somali means allure, I just learned my name Ilwad also stands for I Live With A disability & ILWAD . COM was the first social platform to empower ppl with disabilities and their loved ones! How cool! WomanTreaty photo

Friends, please note the ONLY @verified accounts for my dear friends and former boss & the organizations he founded are: Dr. @DenisMukwege, @PanziFoundation, @PanziUSA & @MukwegeFound. #RDC #DRC. Thank you @TwitterDublin & @TwitterDC.

La même situation prévaut dans la plaine de Ruzizi, Sud-Kivu où il devient dangereux de voyager à cause des kidnappings et demandes de rançons.

The same situation prevails in the plain of Ruzizi, South Kivu where it becomes dangerous to travel because of kidnappings and demands for ransoms.