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Homophobia, Injustice and ‘Corrective Rape’ in Post-Apartheid South Africa

This report offers a critique of the terms ‘corrective rape’ and ‘curative rape’ and argues for careful and nuanced application of the concept of ‘hate crimes’.

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New Movie: The Vatican Explained

A tongue-in cheek but very clear-eyed look at the many vexing questions surrounding the odd hybrid that is the Holy See/Vatican City/the Roman Catholic church.

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Iraqi Kurdistan: Headway, resistance in advancing women's rights

CPT Iraqi Kurdistan has published a new a report summarizing views of fellow activists in the field of Women’s Rights in Iraqi Kurdistan.

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A Fine Balance: Contraceptive Choice in the 21st Century

This report is the result of a high-level consultation we held with 18 family planning and human rights experts in 11 countries to comprehensively explore the intersection of contraceptive choice, human rights, and family planning.

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A Panorama of the Defense of Human Rights in Mexico: Initiatives and Risks of Mexican Civil Society

The publication covers the actions and initiatives of Mexican human rights and social organisations, based on 25 case studies.

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Global Fund Accountability to Women and Young Girls

Report on the Participation Levels of Women, Girls and Groups Marginalized by Sexual Orientation and Gender Identities on Africa’s Country Coordinating Mechanisms.

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Gender Training for the Security Sector: Lessons identified and practical resources

In June 2012, thirty-six gender training experts from around the world gathered in Geneva to share and discuss global best practices in delivering gender training to defence, police and security-related audiences.

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Women & Peace: Transforming Conflict (Video)

Highlights of a conversation with international leaders on transforming conflict featuring Abigail Disney, Madeleine Rees, Jody Williams, Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda, Lydia Alpízar Durán, and The Honorable Shinkai Karokhail.

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Guide: Claiming Women's ESC Rights Using OP-CEDAW and OP-ICESCR

The manual, created in conjunction with IWRAW-Asia Pacific, provides a practical guide to using both CEDAW and ICESCR as well as their complaints mechanisms to demand recognition and implementation of women's ESC rights.

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