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Israel/Palestine: Feminist organizing against the Gaza conflict
AWID interview with Eilat Maoz of the Coalition of Women for Peace, an Israeli organization that works for peace in Israel and Palestine.
Sri Lanka: Children paying a heavy price in conflict
Children are being killed, witnessing their family and parents killed, being separated, and suffering injuries including burns, fractures, shrapnel and bullet wounds.
Iraq: War Widows Face Dire Need With Little Aid
Some widows have been coerced into “temporary marriages”, others have become prostitutes, and some have joined the insurgency in exchange for steady pay.
Madagascar: President and opposition leader agree to talks
Ravalomanana and Rajoelina had agreed to suspend public protests during the talks, put a halt to arrests "of a political nature", and stop violence and looting on the giant Indian Ocean island.
Palestine: La guerre à Gaza : quelles conséquences pour les femmes ?
Après la dernière opération militaire en date d’Israël sur Gaza, Islah Jad a répondu aux questions de l’AWID quant à la situation et les conséquences de ce conflit sur les femmes.
Israel/Palestine: Women Uniting Against War and Occupation
The empowering story of the ‘Women in Black’ movement. An organisation set-up by Israeli women, but now joined by women the world over, all trying to bring peace through non-violent direct activism.
Pakistan: Interview with International Jurist Hina Jilani
Pakistani lawyer and human rights activist Hina Jilani says 'Fight Terror But Follow Due Process'.
Madagascar: African Feminist Forum statement on bloodshed and political crisis
AFF joins Malagasy women in condemning the use of violence to silence dissenting voices, which is becoming a recurrent feature of political crises in many African countries.
Sri Lanka: Civilians and reporters condemned to a 'fearful silence' on atrocities
After decades of civil war, at least 100,000 Tamil civilians are caught between the Tamil Tigers, who refuse to let them travel freely, and the Sri Lankan government, which refuses to stop firing at them.
Madagascar : Des femmes prennent position face aux événements
Les membres de Vondrona Miralenta ho an’ny Fampandrosoana (VMLF) posent comme base minimale du code de conduite des dirigeants, qu’ils soient au pouvoir ou dans l’opposition.
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