Visit to Bwari Area Counsel General Hospital by the Women Right to Education Team in collaboration with the Japanese Embassy Team…
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Recalling Article 26 of the Charter of the United Nations which seeks to promote the establishment and maintenance of international peace and security with the least diversion for armaments of the world’s human and economic resources….
Electorate under going accreditation to enable them carry out their rights during the 2014 Osun State Governorship Election. Women Right to Education Programme were on ground to monitor the exercise as local observers…
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Civil Society Action Coalition on Education for all (CSACEFA);
Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room;
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WOMEN'S RIGHT TO EDUCATION PROGRAMME
WREP is an NGO with Special Consultative Status of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations.
The Graduate Institute’s Programme on Gender & Global Change recently brought women leaders from Senegal and Nigeria to Geneva for an event which explored the potential of Women’s Situation Rooms. Responding to the threat of violence associated with elections, the Women’s Situation Room is an innovative intervention which seeks to turn the threat of electoral violence into an opportunity for promoting sustainable democracy.
Interview with Joy Onyesoh, Mimidoo Achakpa, Paula Drumond and Coumba Fall Venn.
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