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Isis-WICCE
A global, feminist, action-oriented organization amplifying women's voice and power in conflict and post-conflict settings.
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Isis-WICCE May 17
Do not disturb! Self care for activists- a key political act- in progress at the institute
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Isis-WICCE May 15
I am Rosine & the R stands for Response to problems.I work for PAMA ('Women Wake Up') in DRC promoting women's rights- thru peace education, economic empowerment, fighting in conflict & for women's participation. Rosine Ndagjoy-Budza, Institute participant
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Isis-WICCE May 15
I work in Bidi Bidi refugee settlement monitoring activities+working with partners to ensure people of concern receive services. My goal is to create a safe working environment for refugee women's participation & protection. Akullu Fivi, Institute participant
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Isis-WICCE May 14
I am a community activist & a feminist leader being the change. When war broke out in South Sudan in 2016, I relocated to Maaji III settlement in Adjumani. I was immediately elected as Refugee Welfare Council I Chairperson. Rose Wani Kabang, a Institute participant
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Isis-WICCE May 14
I am a 23 y. o vibrant feminist. During the insurgency in South Sudan, young women+girls were victims, yet in the peace processes our voices are not included. I believe I have the power to influence&create a better world. Liong Kevin Clement, Institute participant
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Isis-WICCE May 13
This year's feminist leadership institute on women, peace and security kicks off today with 23 vibrant women (young and old) from Burundi, DRC, South Sudan incl. refugees living in Uganda, getting equipped to build and boost women's roles in peace processes.
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Uganda Feminist Forum (UFF) May 8
📣 SAVE THE DATE Sis-tahs! 📣 The UFF Working Group is excited to announce that the 8th Uganda Feminist Forum will take place 31st July - 2nd August 2019 under the theme "Silencing our Fears and Fearing our Silence". 2019, we shall not let silence choke us!
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Akina Mama wa Afrika May 8
We hosted the working group in a planning conversation ahead of the 8th Uganda Feminist Forum taking place 31st July - 2nd August 2019. This year's forum seeks to build & strengthen the movement into an accountable, inclusive & intersectional movement!
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UgandaWomen'sNetwork May 6
Thousands of young Women working as domestic workers in the Gulf are detained, subject to torture, discrimination, rape and work without pay. We call upon to strengthen efforts to protect these women's dignity and rights from slavery and forced labour. ?
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Akina Mama wa Afrika May 6
Together with , we are having a parallel event at 's We shall be discussing the movement in the context of Ugandan women working in the informal sector. Follow the conversation online!
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UN Against Sexual Violence in Conflict May 2
Thank you and many more for making 🇺🇳 Resolution 2467 possible! Working 🤝 together produces amazing results! looks forward to making more progress ending w/ you!
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Isis-WICCE May 3
Feminism is about choice. Whatever you choose, it is you and you only that makes that choice and we need to work as a society to not pressure women into pre-defined roles.
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Akina Mama wa Afrika May 1
Because of patriarchal dictates, women are seen as caregivers, relegated to performing unpaid domestic duties which prevent them from securing their own income, making them susceptible to shocks. Recognize and value unpaid care work!
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FEMNET May 1
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Isis-WICCE Apr 30
Replying to @IsisWICCE
We will also strengthen existing early warning mechanisms at district and national level while providing platforms for more women to engage with key actors in electoral processes at all levels.
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Isis-WICCE Apr 30
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In the coming months we will equip women’s councils, women monitors, analysts and mediators in West Nile, Eastern and Central sub-region to monitor and ensure responses to early warning signs of electoral violence.
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Isis-WICCE Apr 30
Today we are pleased to formalise our partnership with to promote women's crucial roles in ensuring peaceful electoral processes in Uganda.
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Akina Mama wa Afrika Apr 28
Men will not liberate women, women must liberate themselves - together!
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Isis-WICCE Apr 29
The patriarchal practice of forcing young girls and women to marry is a cruel manifestation of the large inequality between men and women in South Sudan.
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UgandaWomen'sNetwork Apr 29
The strength of the lies in recognizing the accomplishments of the women who came before us, and embracing the responsibility of our time: carrying these achievements forward through collective visioning and action.
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