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Laws and policies significantly define and sustain gender norms by clearly establishing a country’s national priorities and setting aside resources for their implementation. The policy environment in most conflict and post-conflict countries often lacks laws and policies aimed at addressing Gender Based Violence (GBV).

Advocacy against GBV aims at influencing decision makers to bring about change at policy and structural levels in order to bring sustainable change at social level.

REJADH group

The African Youth and Children’s Network for Human Rights (YCNR)/ Réseau des Enfants et Jeunes Africains pour les Droits Humains (REJADH), supported by Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) and Arigat…

A four-day youth seminar dubbed ACTION, took place in Naivasha – Kenya from 19th to 22nd of June 2017. The seminar was a joint initiative by Arigatou International – Nairobi, Norwegian Chu…

“We can and we must end sexual violence!” said youth leaders from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Mali, South Sudan, Somalia, and Burundi during the …

The GNRC 5th Forum will take place on 9, 10 and 11 May 2017 in Panama City, Panama. The GNRC 5th Forum will include plenary sessions, panel discussions, expert presentations and reflections on…