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Hamidou, volunteer community organizer for the Coalition nationale de Guinée pour les droits et la citoyenneté des femmes* (CONAG-DCF), has a master’s degree in socio-cultural work.

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A difficult birth

Caught between the weight of tradition, radicalizing Islam and Western feminism they find distasteful, Senegalese women are having a difficult time inventing a feminism in their image.

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As Beyonce sings, it “could be a sweet dream or a beautiful nightmare!”

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In Senegal, governance gets a make over

Thanks to the Gender Parity Law, adopted in 2010, Senegalese women have a legislative tool in their arsenal that should enable them take their place on the political stage - if the law is taken seriously and properly enforced.

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In December 2012, a delegation of women from West Africa came to Canada to exchange with the Conseil du statut de la femme (CSF) on the project of a “Protocol for the Equality of Rights between Women and Men, for a Sustainable Development in West Africa”.

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The following text, written by Ether Cote, Pratitioner in Collective Enterprise Development,  anounces a new virtual bulletin and a new website on social economy.

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It is still possible to participate in the 2013 Uniterra International Seminar in Guatemala, from July 8th until August 19th!

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Last Wednesday night in Montreal, nearly 150 people came to admire and buy handmade clothing and accessories made by artisans in Bolivia, partners of our Uniterra volunteer cooperation program. More than $4,500 in sales were made during the evening, which will be used to fund development projects for our partners...

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More support for women’s health in Malawi

WUSC has recently secured funding from the Tilitonse Fund for a new and promising two-year project in Malawi.

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Come and enjoy the latest creations and collections from Aywira, Tukuypaj, Tajzara and more. Ethically made designer clothing, handmade by one of the 4000 craftsmen and craftswomen members of the OEPAIC network, a Uniterra partner in Bolivia.

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