Gender Justice blog

7 April 2014 | Winnie Byanyima | 1 | Blog channel: Gender Justice
 
With just 48 hours to visit the Democratic Republic of Congo, there was no time to lose once we crossed the border into Goma from Rwanda. I was travelling with Mark Goldring of Oxfam GB and Robbert...
31 March 2014 | Winnie Byanyima | Blog channel: Gender Justice
 
The evidence is clear: Strong development and the achievement of women’s rights are intrinsically bound — in everything from economic growth, access to education, food and health security to the...
24 February 2014 | Farah Karimi | 2 | Blog channel: Gender Justice
 
When I touch the sensitive subject of security, all I see is discomfort and eyes wandering off to avoid mine. On Friday (21 February) I met with another young woman, a girl in fact, who is so...
16 January 2014 | Marie Soudnie | Blog channel: Gender Justice
 
“Why… Why fight such a painful battle if at the end of the day I can bring no real change to the lives of my fellow citizens?”
20 December 2013 | Daniela Rosche | Blog channel: Gender Justice
 
This Oxfam #16Days recap was written by Daniela Rosche, Policy and Advocacy Advisor, Gender Justice for Oxfam Novib (Netherlands), and Chloe Safier, Gender Justice Co-ordinator for Oxfam...
4 December 2013 | Awa Faly Ba Mbow | Blog channel: Gender Justice
 
As part of the international campaign “16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence,” Oxfam in Mali, Wildaf - a local partner - and International Medical Corps launched an exhibition in...
27 November 2013 | Sam Rosmarin | Blog channel: Gender Justice
 
It’s been 20 years since the UN General Assembly adopted the Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Despite this, it doesn’t seem like the Western mainstream media have figured out...
4 November 2013 | Chloe Safier | Blog channel: Gender Justice
 
By Julie Thekkudan, Gender Justice – Lead Specialist, Oxfam India
4 July 2013 | Joel M Bassuk | Blog channel: Gender Justice
 
Jacky Repila, Learning and Communications Officer, Raising Her Voice, writes about a new report on our Raising Her Voice program in Pakistan, a country that ranks 134th out of 135 countries on the...
21 June 2013 | Victoria Marzilli | 3 | Blog channel: Gender Justice
 
Two months. That is all it took for chocolate lovers and social justice activists to stand up to three of the biggest food companies in the world and create positive change in the food system.
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