From August 25-28, 2018, WLP Nigeria/CEADER hosted a RTOT. Activists from Ghana, Mauritania, Morocco, Mozambique, Nigeria, Kenya, and Uganda gathered in Lagos for WLP’s capacity building institute on reforming discriminatory family laws.
This booklet presents a list of demands on land rights developed through a consultative process involving representative of the Rural Women Assemblies and women farmers' forums from over 21 African countries.
Five interviews with African women from different women's rights non-governmental organizations (NGOs) across Africa who participated in the Africa Regional Learning Institute for Women's Leadership and Training of Trainers (TOT). All interview participants talk about their inspiration, their visions for the future, challenges they have faced, and how they benefited from their participation in the TOT.
A documentary detailing work by women's civil society activists throughout the Global South to break cycles of civil violence through non-violent conflict resolution techniques, anti-small arms proliferation, and democratization efforts.