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WARDC WEEKLY NEWSLETTER, MONDAY 22ND MAY 2023 -
WARDC WEEKLY NEWSLETTER, MONDAY 22ND MAY 2023
The Minister of Women Affairs, Dame Pauline Tallen, Friday, said the new gender policy will deepen women’s inclusivity and participation in politics. Tallen stated this while launching along with partners the country’s gender equality profile and the Development Partners Group on Gender, DPGG, G...
WARDC WEEKLY NEWSLETTER, MONDAY 8TH MAY 2023 Edit name - mailchi.mp/4529044d15c4/wardc-weekly-newsletter-monday-8th-may-2023-edit-name
WARDC WEEKLY NEWSLETTER, MONDAY 8TH MAY 2023 Edit name
More women should be appointed to leadership posts at the National and State Assemblies, according to the WOMANIFESTO, which is made up of over 200 civil society organizations. Additionally, the five gender bills that the legislative arm rejected should be re-discussed and put to a vote. These deman...
WARDC WEEKLY NEWSLETTER, MONDAY 17TH APRIL 2023 - mailchi.mp/97e24686d610/wardc-weekly-newsletter-monday-17th-april-2023
WARDC WEEKLY NEWSLETTER, MONDAY 17TH APRIL 2023
For the first time, New Zealand will see an equal number of men and women in its cabinet. This comes after Northland MP Willow-Jean Prime, who is of Māori descent, was promoted as a cabinet minister.
The Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre (WARDC) says it has commenced the implementation of the Spotlight Initiative Project in Lagos State to eliminate all…
Dr Abiola Akiyode-Afolabi, the Executive Director, Women Advocates Research & Documentation Centre, WARDC, speaks on the rise in rape cases. Rape has of late been…
If dressing is reason for rape, children shouldn’t be victims — Executive Director, women advocacy centre, Akiyode-Afolabi Published July 21, 2020 Executive Director, Women Advocates…
Gender-Based Violence Abiola Akiode-Afolabi, who is the executive director of WARDC, said although there was high prevalence of gender-based violence before the COVID-19, the pandemic and…
A non governmental organisation, Women Advocates’ Research And Documentation Center (WARDC) has released a survey it commissioned which reveals that women were majorly sidelined by the…
Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre (WARDC) is a non-profit civil rights organization established in the year 2000. To promote respect for human rights, gender equality, equity, the rule of law, accountability, and social justice in Nigeria.
WARDC is a women’s rights organization in Nigeria, which provides pro bono legal services for women victims of gender-based violence and other women’s rights abuse.
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