Interview with Marta Benavides: “Human Rights and 23rd Century Movement”

  Javier Collado Ruano: Today, 10thDecember 2013, we celebrate the 65º anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights. For this reason, we have a special person with us to commemorate it. Allow me to introduce Ms. Marta Benavides, a good friend from El Salvador and an international activist working on culture of peace, sustainability, inclusiveness, […]

Human Right of Women a Grey Stand

Rita Eluwade Author of the book “Trafficked Women- a Problem of Vulnerability without Rehabilitation” E-mail: [email protected] . Human right laws still remain a grey stand when it comes to women. I will be focusing on two areas: human trafficking and human rights laws for women and girls.  Human rights of people should depicts freedom to […]

Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP)

  www.whiteband.org “Challenging the institutions and processes that perpetuate poverty and inequality across the world to defend and promote human rights, gender justice, social justice and security needed for survival and peace” The Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP) is a growing alliance that brings together trade unions, INGOs, the women’s and youth movements, […]

2013 UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award: Sister Angélique Namaika

Inspirational Congolese Nun Wins UN Refugee Agency top Honour UNHCR Announces 2013 Nansen Refugee Award Laureate Geneva, 17 September, 2013 – The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) today announces that this year’s winner of the Nansen Refugee Award is a Congolese nun who has helped hundreds of female rape and […]

Refugees: the Dreamed Return

Ruth Marjalizo Refugees Section Manager [email protected] Spanish Version World Refugee Day: The Hidden Truth of Refugees from Global Education Magazine on Vimeo. Refugee is a term increasingly used in everyday language. The civil war in Syria is a major current example, but that definition is not new, as refugees have existed throughout the last century. […]

Why is the Destruction of Women, as Women, a Reality, But Absent in International law?

Kali Goldstone Human Rights/Refugee Lawyer e-mail: [email protected] . Abstract: Gender persecution is “aggression against and exploitation of women, because [they] are women, systemically and systematically.” Even though women can be abused similarly to the ways in which men are abused, women are also violated in specific ways in which men are not. Women are routinely violated every […]

To Support Democratic Transformation and Good Governance Interventions

Huwayda Mohamed Ibrahim Projects designer and developer at Consultancy office at Sudan [email protected] .  The signed peace agreement for Darfur is conducive environment for participation of all segments of the community to build the peace process which intend need strengthening of civil society and to empower women to establish peace forums, rebuild confidence, and give […]

Brief on UDYAMA

Pradeep Mohapatra Secretary & Team Leader at UDYAMA (India) e-mail: [email protected] website: http://www.udyama.org/ . Since last one and half decades, UDYAMA has demonstrated few evidence based initiatives working directly with community  and engaging partner NGOs  in coastal,  tribal areas and carved out good learning on community resilience process. Learning–Linking- Livelihoods is the core areas of UDYAMA […]

Interview with “Mama” Hawa Aden Mohamed, 2012 Nansen Refugee Award

Resource: 2012 UNHCR/F.Juez Javier Collado Ruano: Dear readers, it is a big pleasure present Ms. “Mama” Hawa Aden Mohamed: a Somali humanitarian, educator and women´s rights advocate which won the 2012 Nansen Refugee Award. Ms. “Mama” Hawa is a big activist which solidarity showed us many valuable lessons in peacebuilding activism. السلام عليكم(Salaam Aleikum) Ms. “Mama” Hawa, thank you very much for accepting our invitation in […]

Culture of Peace and Non-Violence

Spanish Version (Versión castellano) The United Nations, a respected world body and forum for global issues, including peace and security, is once again a leader in pressing societies for the establishment of initiatives promoting reconciliation. The UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization acting as the lead UN agency, is promoting the International Decade for a Culture of Peace […]

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