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Kinshasa Call to Action

The Kinshasa Call to Action is the ouctome document of the Women’s Peace Dialogue that was held in April 2013 in Kinshasa, DRC. It outlines concrete recommendations to the DRC government, member countries of the African Union and signatories to the Peace, Security and Cooperation Framework, UN agencies, the donor community, as well as civil society in order to achieve lasting peace in the DRC and the Great Lakes region.

Our Support: To Guarantee a Fair and Transparent Second Round Election through Women’s Active Participation - May 20, 2014

Our Support: To Guarantee a Fair and Transparent Second Round Election through Women’s Active Participation

20 May 2014

Afghan Women's Network acknowledges the active participation (36%) of women in the Presidential and Provincial Council elections on 5th April 2014. A remarkable number of women’s participation in the first round of elections showed women’s commitment and interest be a part of a fair and democrat process.

Petition Campaign for Dialogue, Humanitarian Action and Ceasefire in Zamboanga City - September 9, 2013

DECLARE A HUMANITARIAN CEASEFIRE IN ZAMBOANGA CITY, NOW!

A Petition Campaign in Support for Dialogue, Humanitarian Action and Ceasefire

WE, THE UNDERSIGNED PEACE ADVOCATES, CIVIL SOCIETY GROUPS AND CONCERNED CITIZENS, SERIOUSLY APPEAL IN CALLING FOR DIALOGUE and THE IMMEDIATE DECLARATION OF HUMANITARIAN CEASEFIRE in the conflict-affected barangays in Zamboanga City to address the standoff since September 9, 2013.

Women from Around the World Condemn the election- related Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo - January 10, 2012

January 10, 2012 – New York

Women from Around the World Condemn the Election- related Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo

The International Civil society Action Network and the Global Network of Women Peacebuilders condemn the election-related violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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