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The access of women to justice remains glaring problem in Shabunda. Customary courts handle different issues linked to breaches in the villages. Customs and local institutions are not  protect women. Like result, women do not know who to turn to claim their rights. This area has recently benefited from the construction of a police court, built in Shabunda center. Continue reading

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The number of candidates for state exams in South Kivu is 36,000 students. They are grouped in 96 test centers, including 12,800 girls and 23,200 boys. These centers were used for essay tests. According to the Provincial Inspector Principal Annette Shaburwa according to the school calendar, the launch date of the tests was observed. Continue reading

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In this interview, the ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda speaks on current issues in this jurisdiction. She also defended the work of the ICC, falsely accused, according to her, only prosecute African leaders

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The Rotary Club of Londonderry in partnership with the University of Ulster’s International Conflict Research Institute (INCORE), is hosting an International Peace Conference from 24th – 26th May 2013. The Forum is the culmination of Rotary’s year of Peace through Service, Continue reading

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This is from the morning of Thursday, March 7 that women Kalehe and goings of various organizations fighting for the rights of women in their dealings with the authorities. On the sidelines of the day March 08, AFEM SK chose to join with these women and know the local problems of these women. Continue reading

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Chouchou Namegabe, coordinator of AFEM, participate in the first Forum Francophone Women held in Paris at the Musée du Quai Branly March 20, 2013. Objective of the event: the rights of women, especially in the Francophone and mobilize civil society to weigh more the table. Objective: to defend women’s rights Continue reading