gender violence

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Democratic Republic of Congo-DRC: Violence as a weapon of war

For a long time, Congolese women have often been victims of conflicts and atrocities. The time has come for women to commit themselves as agents of development. To this end, we have taken the resolution to stand up with other women in the DRC as agents in our own development and be ready for action. It is for this reason that a honour diploma was awarded to us by the United Nations Association of the Democratic Republic of Congo on 30 March 2011 on the occasion of the festivities of the month of the woman.

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October Newsletter from IAW

In this issue of the newsletter: CSW 59, Post 2015 Development Agenda, Everyday Sexism Project in Denmark, violence against women in Europe, HeForSheCampaign and other international news

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Militarism and Gender Violence

In this forthcoming year—the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of WWI—today’s IAW still upholds the principles of “conciliation and arbitration for arranging international differences.”

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