Statement on Media Allegations

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The Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice expresses its deep concern regarding recent media reports containing allegations about the former ICC Prosecutor, the practices of the Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) under his leadership and the alleged actions of current ICC …

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Departure of Executive Director

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The Board of the Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice today announced that founding Executive Director, Brigid Inder OBE, will be stepping down from the organisation on 31 December 2017 after almost 15 years in this role. Under Brigid’s leadership the …

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Recruitment: Executive Director

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The Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice is looking for a highly experienced and motivated senior executive to lead the organisation. The organisation is a recognised international leader in the gender justice field and is renowned for its work with the …

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Recruitment: Consultant

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The Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice is looking for a consultant with management experience to join the organisation for a five month period beginning as soon as possible. The organisation is managing a transition process with the long-standing Executive Director …

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‘The Uncondemned’ Documentary

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We all have a role to play to #EndRapeinWar. The Uncondemned tells the story of the Rwandan women who shattered silence and stigma with their courage to bring justice for survivors of sexual violence. Visit www.theuncondemned.com to host a screening. …

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2016 Annual Report

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Read our 2016 Annual report to learn about our work with local partners in three conflict-affected provinces of eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and our new programmes with women formerly abducted by the Lord’s Resistance Army in northern …

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Election of six new ICC judges

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In December, six new judges will be elected to the International Criminal Court (ICC) during the Assembly of States Parties (ASP) in New York. With five women judges completing their terms and leaving the ICC bench, only one of the 12 …

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Women’s Rights Advocates in Libya

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Ongoing instability and conflict in Libya has had massive impact on women and Women Human Rights Defenders (WHRDs), as reports the WHRD Coalition in the Middle East and North Africa. A new report, entitled The Status of Women Human Rights …

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Launch of Reintegration Policy

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In November 2016, a policy brief was launched by the Justice and Reconciliation Project (JRP) and the Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice on the reintegration of children born of war. The policy brief  highlights the challenges for women who have …

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