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Nobel Laureates Urge Obama to Deny Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline

“Climate crisis is already a daily struggle for so many” WASHINGTON (April 16, 2014) – Ten Nobel Peace Prize laureates… Read More »

« Trop, c’est trop » : les femmes de la RDC exigent la fin des violences sexuelles et des conflits

Bukavu (Sud-Kivu), RDC, 25 février 2014 – Une mission de recherche en République démocratique du Congo menée par la Libérienne… Read More »

“Enough is enough”: the women of the DRC demand an end to sexual violence & conflict

(Bukavu, South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo). February 25, 2014. –A fact-finding mission to the Democratic Republic of the… Read More »

La lauréate d’un prix Nobel, Leymah Gbowee, dirige une mission d’observation dans l’est de la RDC

Kigali—(19 février 2014).  Un groupe de femmes américaines et canadiennes qui occupent des fonctions de haut niveau—dirigé par la lauréate d’un prix… Read More »

Nobel laureate Leymah Gbowee leads fact-finding mission to Eastern DRC

Kigali—(February 19, 2014).  A group of high-level American and Canadian women—led by Nobel peace laureate Leymah Gbowee—today launched a fact-finding… Read More »

Nobel Laureates: Honour full mandate of Guatemala’s Attorney General!

The Laureates of the Nobel Women’s Initiative have released a statement today calling on the Guatemalan government to honour the… Read More »

Systematic sexual violence in Burma’s ethnic areas: new report

For Immediate Release January 14, 2014 [Rangoon, Chiang Mai and New York] Today marks the launch of an important new… Read More »

Rape, sexual slavery and flogging: a crisis situation for women in Sudan

New report says local women’s organizations urgently need help (Ottawa—6 December 2013) The women of Sudan are facing a crisis… Read More »

Industry & gov’t not listening to those most impacted by oil sands expansion

Report documents resistance of women living along proposed pipeline route  (Ottawa)—28 October 2013 A new report released today show that… Read More »