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“Boosting Intra-African Trade”
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, January 2012

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Optimising the Potential of the AU Protocol on Women’s Rights
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, January 18-20, 2012

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Oxfam, UN Women and SOAWR, in collaboration with the African Union Commission, Women, Gender and Development Directorate will hold a Training of Trainers on the Multi-Sectoral Framework for Government Officials and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)

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Organised by the State of the Union coalition, the Play for the Union campaign brings together over 10,000 people from all regions of Africa together to discuss and reflect on the type of continental integration that would make a difference for their lives and what matters to them.

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SOAWR congratulates the Republic of Cote D’Ivoire on its ratification of the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa.

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On the 5th March 2012, 75 men, women and youth commenced a three day trek to the top of Africa’s highest mountain – Mt. Kilimanjaro, standing at 19,341-ft above sea level.

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The Economic Governance documentary was produced by FEMNET with support from Trust Africa. It highlights some of the challenges African women traders experience (especially Kenya, Egypt, Zambia, Rwanda & Uganda).

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Download the October – December 2011 SOAWR newslette

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The 39 members of the Solidarity for African Women’s Rights Coalition based in 18 African countries vehemently condemn the stripping of women wearing trousers and short skirts by male vendors in three major cities in Malawi namely Lilongwe, Mzuzu and Blantyre.

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The Maputo Protocol is a ground-breaking women’s rights legal instrument that expands and reinforces the rights provided in other human rights instruments.

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