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An interesting contribution in the discussion came from Sarry, who shared an experience from Namibia. Sarry: “Namibia at the moment stands at over 30% women representation and 42% at the local...

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iKNOW Politics organized an online discussion on stereotyping portfolio assignments for women in politics, available in Arabic, English, French and Spanish. The discussions went on for a period of 3...
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Summary of iKNOW Politics E-Discussion: Eliminating Violence Against Women in Politics (2010). Members identified forms of violence against women in politics and shared measures iniatied to counter...
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UN Security Council resolution 1325 (2000) mandates that women in post-conflict states fully participate in all aspects of the transition. The resolution is historic because of the depth of change —...
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Summary of E-discussion on Online Harassment of Women in Politics: How Online Harassment isn’t ‘Virtual’ For Women  
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iKNOW Politics organized an online discussion on “Political Financing for Women” in Arabic, English, French and Spanish. The discussions went on for a period of 3 weeks and received contributions...
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iKNOW Politics organized an online discussion on “Women in Local Governments”. The discussions went on for a period of 4 weeks and received contributions from almost 30 members from different...
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iKNOW Politics organized an online discussion on the role of women in (post) conflict situations and in peace negotiations, from October 10th to November 6th. The discussion received contributions...
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 Prepared by the iKNOW Politics Team   iKNOW Politics organized an online discussion on “Women’s Participation in the Constitution Building Process” in Arabic, English, French and Spanish. The...