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GENDER STEREOTYPES – 3rd round

Another new FREE e-learning course ‘Gender Stereotypes: how can we move beyond stereotyping?’ Register now at: www.genderhub.org, registration closes on Wednesday 3rd February, 2016 at 13:00 (WAT). The aim is to support policymakers, practitioners and activists who are committed to[...]

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16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Nov. 25th – Dec. 10th

Every year, November 25th is set aside as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. From the 25th of November through to 10th December, Human Rights Day, VOICES4CHANGE is keying into the global 16 Days of Activism[...]

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#ReThink2019 Twitter Conference – 30.09.2015 at 10 a.m.

The #Rethink2019 Twitter Conference is aimed at assessing the performance of female candidates who contested on the platform of smaller parties in the 2015 elections and its implication on the emergence of women in the elections. Issues will be addressed[...]

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Being a Man in Nigeria: Perceptions and Realities

Click the link to download the book Being A Man in Nigeria: Perceptions and Realities. Understanding men’s attitudes and practices to family, community life and relationships is crucial to improving and encouraging more equitable relationships between men and women. The[...]

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#ICanBeSUGPresident, Challenging Gender Stereotypes

Since its inception, very few females have ever occupied the position of Vice President of the Microbiology Students Association in the Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu let alone President. When I first declared interest in contesting for the position,[...]

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International Youth Day 2015 – Youth Civic Engagement

The 2015 International Youth Day theme is Youth Civic Engagement. Youth Civic Engagement, a main goal of the United Nations System-Wide Action Plan on Youth (Youth-SWAP), seeks to promote young people’s effective inclusive civic engagement at all levels.[...]

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Webinar: Measuring social norms to address gender inequality and sexual violence: Two case studies

Join this webinar session on Tuesday, July 28th, 2015 between 02:00 - 03:00 p.m. BST with Julian Barr, Dr. Nancy Glass and Emeka Nwankwo discussing on measuring social norms to address gender inequality and sexual violence: Two case studies.[...]

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Gender Knowledge in Nigeria: Meeting of Minds

On 25th June 2015, Voices for Change (V4C) drew 34 gender related minds representing Academia, Civil Servants, CSOs/NGOs and International development organisations to discuss the Supply Side of Gender Knowledge in Nigeria. This was a precursor for new study courses[...]

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VAPP ACT signed into law; May 25th, 2015

On Monday the 25th of May 2015, the President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan signed the Violence Against Persons (Prohibition) Bill (2013) into law. The new Act aims to ‘Eliminate Violence in Private and Public Life, Prohibit All Forms of Violence Against[...]

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Gender Stereotypes

Another new FREE e-learning course ‘Gender Stereotypes: how can we move beyond stereotyping?’ Register now at: http://bit.ly/1PTdhkU, registration closes on 4th June, 2015 at 1pm WAT / GMT+1. The aim is to support policymakers, practitioners and activists who are committed to[...]

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