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This discussion forum has been established to continue the conversation from part-one of the three-part WNGE webinar series, Violence Against Women and Girls: Continuing Conversations.Part-one of the WNGE webinar series, June 18, 2014, will address…Continue

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Started by Kirsten McGregor. Last reply by Christian Batista Jun 18.

Millennium Development Goals & Gender -- What Are Your Thoughts?

Under the 2015 agenda, there are eight Millennium Development Goals(MDG), three of which are in direct alignment with WNGE’s…Continue

Started by Kirsten McGregor Apr 9.

UN Webcasts - Commission on the Status of Women 58th Session

The UN Commission on the Status of Women 58th Session (CSW58) started…Continue

Started by Kirsten McGregor Mar 13.

THE GLOBAL WOMEN WIKIPEDIA WRITE-IN #GWWI

On April 26th, the Rewriting Wikipedia Project will host the  Global Women Wikipedia Write-In #GWWI will be the first of a series of events sponsored…Continue

Started by Marianne McCarthy Apr 8, 2013.

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Abduction of Chibok Girls of Nigeria

This discussion forum has been established to continue the conversation from part-one of the three-part WNGE webinar series, Violence Against Women and Girls: Continuing Conversations.Part-one of the WNGE webinar series, June 18, 2014, will address the abduction of the Chibok school girls of Nigeria (please go to the event page to register for the webinar).On the night one 14-15 April 2014, nearly 300 girls were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno…See More
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