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South Africa is sometimes known as “the gay heaven” of Africa, where same-sex marriage is legal and human rights for all are enshrined in the post-Apartheid Constitution. But there is a gulf between the legal framework and the LGBTI community’s lived experience. Discrimination and brutal hate crimes continue, especially in rural areas. ZwaKala is an EU-funded programme implemented by Iranti-org which builds local capacity to document and report on hate crimes and human rights violations.
Anant Kumar uploaded a new Document 11 February 2017

The existing gender analysis frameworks start with a premise that men and women are equal and should be treated equally. These frameworks give emphasis on equal distribution of resources between men and women and believe that this will bring equality which is not always true.

Henrietta Miers posted Information 1 February 2017

Published on 28 January on scidev.net, this article by Henrietta Miers discusses how rural women's movements can bring about transformative change.

One year into the EU’s second Gender Action Plan (GAP), which stepped up ambitions to make all the EU’s external action gender-sensitive, what is happening on the ground?
23
Jan
From
23 January 2017 to 25 January 2017
in Lusaka (Zambia)
Organised byINGENAES, Feed the Future, USAID

This conference, organised byIntegrating Gender and Nutrition within
Agricultural Extension Services(INGENAES) considers the application of new
knowledge and resources to extension services so that they provide more
equitable support to both men and women farmers and contribute to improved
nutrition. Day 1 will set the context with presentations, roundtables, and
expert interviews with leaders in the field. It will prioritize needs and
identify what has and has not worked. Days 2 and 3 will consist of hands-on
workshops to consider the issues and needs, and prototype solutions.

16
Dec
From
16 December 2016 to 20 December 2016
in (XX)
Organised byHuman Rights and Justice Group International

The overall purpose of the training programme is to enhance the
gender-responsive planning of key institutions and the management skills of
their employees, so that they can more effectively play their part in
implementing gender-sensitive development policies as well as mainstreaming
gender in order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, SDG’s.

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Owned by: 
Sochivi Kao
Created: 
16 November 2016

mandate is to share and support in all aspects of knowledges, experience, information and advising services to support on sustainable fisheries manage

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