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  • Call for Abstracts: The Future Belongs to Us – Revisiting African Women and Girls’ SRHR

    Call for Abstracts: The Future Belongs to Us – Revisiting African Women and Girls’ SRHR

     African Women’s Journal (AWJ): Deadline for Submission of Abstracts: 27th November 2018   The Future Belongs to Us: Revisiting African Women and Girls’ Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights   “You cannot have maternal health without reproductive health. And reproductive health includes contraception and family planning and access to legal, safe abortion”. Hillary Clinton, former […]Read More »
  • CSOs Key Recommendations on the Population and Development Agenda in Africa – AADPD+5

    CSOs Key Recommendations on the Population and Development Agenda in Africa – AADPD+5

    Africa CSOs Outcome Statement following the Pre-Conference for the Fifth Regional Review of the Addis Ababa Declaration on Population and Development (AADPD+5), held in Accra, Ghana, from 30th September to 1st October 2018 Preamble We, civil society representatives in our diversity from across the African continent, welcome the 5th year review of the Addis Ababa […]Read More »
  • Co-Creating Feminist Narratives beyond Shrinking Spaces

    Co-Creating Feminist Narratives beyond Shrinking Spaces

    Throughout 2017, FEMNET staff and members engaged in various advocacy processes to ensure that gender equality and women’s rights issues remain high on the policy makers’ agendas. FEMNET’s role of mobilizing and creating platforms for collective actions and movement building continued to contribute to our core mandate of ensuring women remain actively engaged as powerful […]Read More »

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