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  • Faits Saillants de FEMNET 2018

    Faits Saillants de FEMNET 2018

    Chers membres, chers partenaires et chers amis, Au moment où l’année 2018 touche à sa fin, je suis vraiment reconnaissante et enthousiasmée par votre soutien indéfectible et votre détermination à concrétiser collectivement la vision de FEMNET, qui est celle de réaliser l’égalité des sexes et de faire en sorte que les femmes et les filles […]Read More »
  • FEMNET 2018 Highlights

    FEMNET 2018 Highlights

    Dear Members, Partners & Friends, Happy & Spectacular 2019! I’m excited and truly grateful for your unwavering support and commitment to collectively realize FEMNET’s vision to achieve gender equality and ensure African women and girls enjoy all their rights and live in dignity. Since June 2018 when I took on the mantle of leading this […]Read More »
  • Civil Society Joint Declaration on Responding to the Attacks on the Independence of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR) in Banjul, the Gambia

    Civil Society Joint Declaration on Responding to the Attacks on the Independence of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR) in Banjul, the Gambia

    National, regional & global Civil Society Organizations endorse statement calling for the protection of the ACHPR (The Banjul Commission). We civil society organisations and National Human Rights Institutions working on all aspects of human and peoples’rights in Africa having met in Banjul, The Gambia under the theme “Defend the ACHPR” on the 23rd of October […]Read More »

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RT @FemnetProg:FEMNET turned 30 years in 2018! Throughout the year, we constantly reflected on the FEMNET journey and the mileston… https://t.co/7zNUNKG0tc 
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FEMNET turned 30 years in 2018! Throughout the year, we constantly reflected on the FEMNET journey and the mileston… https://t.co/7zNUNKG0tc 
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RT @amwaafrika:Many times we forget we are humans first and in trying to fulfill society's expectations of women, we break our bac… https://t.co/EkjYnBX3SF 
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RT @MakeWomenCount:Isn't that amazing? Yes, there are 57% women in the supreme court in #Madagascar! If you want to know more about… https://t.co/bjr4CCw3Oi