WLP’s partners in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, Shymkent Women’s Resource Center (SWRC) and Bir Duino, are key to empowering Central Asian women to be peaceful and inclusive leaders. From March 22 to 25, 2018, they convened a Training of Trainers (TOT) workshop in Borjomi, Georgia for leading human rights activists. It was co-organized by two Georgian NGOs they have mentored over the years, Fund Sukhumi and Consent.
WLP’s Malaysia Partner AWAM conducted two gender-sensitivity grassroots trainings for the Royal Malaysia Police in Kuala Lumpur.
This essay discusses love as the silent, unspoken motivation behind every principle associated with respect for human rights. It is, therefore, an underlying principle of all WLP manuals, which seek to improve the lives of citizens, especially women, in the countries in which we work.
A manual on promoting forgiveness, tolerance, and compassion in the contexts of defending human rights and peacebuilding.