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Why police make little progress on gender-based violence war

By Hellen Nachilongo @musanachi60 hnachilongo@tz.nationmedia.com IN SUMMARY This is bad since it leads to the covering up of crime, the Tanzania Police Female Network (TPF Net) says. Lack of public awareness on sexual harassment, rape and child abuse hinders police investigations into cases related to gender-based violence. This is bad since it leads to the…

2017 16 Days of Activism Take Action Kit

DOWNLOAD HERE 2017_16_Days_of_Activism_Against_Gender-based_Violence_Action_Kit_Complete_September_28_2017  Take Action Kit By 16dayscwgl.rutgers.edu/ The theme of the 2017 Campaign is “Together We Can End GBV in Education!” This year’s theme builds on the momentum and achievements during the 2016 campaign, when over 700 organizations in 92 countries campaigned around the theme of “From Peace in the Home to Peace in the World:…

Tanzania: Why Women Should Remember Mwl Nyerere

By Sauli Giliard  http://allafrica.com/stories/201710130100.html THIS has been ‘The Mwalimu Julius Nyerere week’. As the nation is set to commemorate the 18th anniversary since Mwalimu Julius Nyerere departed on October 14, 1999, a lot have been discussed about him in his legacy. The Arusha Declaration has been part and parcel of the discussions in radio and…

Intensive Movement Building Cycle 2015: Catalyzing collective action of the marginalized grassroots communities for accountability for women’s rights

Intensive Movement Building Cycle (IMBC) forms a major TGNP’s strategy in engaging citizens at both community and national levels. It involves participatory action research with grassroots women and activist groups ward and district level feedbacks to LGA leaders on the PAR findings, establishment of knowledge centers for community organizing and information sharing, press club training…

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