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Report: Victims and Heroes: Nuba Women Struggle in Two Years of War

Nuba women struggle with the current war took several forms. There is the day by day struggle of Nuba women inside the conflict areas, where women living in caves and feeding their children insects and trees leaves, while risking their lives to take long juornies to search for clean water and fire woods, the other struggle is the brave journey Nuba women take to the refugees camps to South Sudan , searching for security and food, which put those women in serious dangers of being killed either by the wild animals in the roads or the government bombing. 

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Video: Indigenous Women's Global Leadership School

The video documents a group of 23 indigenous women leaders from different regions of the world who strengthened their knowledge on Indigenous Peoples and Women Human Rights instruments. 

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Life at Any Price: El Salvador's Abortion Laws [documentary]

The video explores El Salvador's abortion laws and the question of endangering some women's lives while putting others behind bars.

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Pioneering research shows integrated services can enhance global HIV and family planning efforts

A five year research project that looked into the cost, quality, health benefits and stigma reduction with integrated HIV and sexual and reproductive health service delivery in Africa shows that there are benefits to integration.

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Monthly Action Points for the UN Security Council: August 2013

The NGO Working Group on Women, Peace and Security has released the August 2013 version of its Monthly Action Points (MAP) on Women, Peaceand Security for the UN Security Council.

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My Rights, My Voice Annual Report

The Annual Progress Report provides an overview of the programme’s progress as well as developments and highlights in the first year. 

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Survey on sexual activism, morality, and the internet

Has the internet become an indispensable tool for feminist and LGBTQI (1) advocacy? How savvy are sexual rights activists in handling the legal and technical issues that come along when they use the internet? How do they negotiate online threats and restrictions? Activists from around the world addressed these and other questions through a global online survey on sexual rights work and the internet.

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Conducting Safe and Effective Interviews with Survivors of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence

This guide is part of WITNESS’ Video for Change how-to series on filming safely, effectively and ethically. It is intended for human rights activists, advocates, citizen journalists, citizen filmmakers and others who are filming and conducting interviews with survivors of gender-based violence for human rights documentation and advocacy.

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European Commission Human Rights Sector Guides

In June 2013, the European Commission issued three Guides on implementing the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights for Employment & Recruitment agencies, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) companies and Oil & Gas companies, written by IHRB and Shift. 

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Complainant’s Manual for filing a Communication before the African Commission

ICJ Kenya in partnership with other Civil Society Organizations has released a publication: Filing a Communication before the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights: A Complainant’s Manual.

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