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PROMOTING A CULTURE FOR THE EXERCISE OF AND RESPECT FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS.

Women in Law and Development in Africa/Femmes, Droit et Développement (WiLDAF) is a Pan African network bringing together 500 organisations and 1200 individuals with a view to promoting a culture for the exercise and respect of women's rights in Africa. WiLDAF/FeDDAF has the status of a non-profit making non governmental organisation.

The network was established at the regional conference held in Harare in Zimbabwe, in February 1990 and whose theme was "Women, right and development: network for empowerment in Africa".



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Supporting the West African peasant struggle to accelerate transformation of family farming and livestock in 2015 with ECOWAP + 10
GROW1 in West Africa celebrates the International Day of Peasant Struggle launched by Via Campesina2, on 17th
Women’s empowerment key to end sexual violence in combat, UN envoy tells Security Council
– As the great moral issue of our time, sexual violence in conflict is used to terrorise, displace and subj
Despite major gains, world's education goals far from achieved – UNESCO
– Just one third of countries have achieved all the measurable education goals set in 2000 and only half of
Chibok Abduction – One Year After
Press Release by the Nigerian Feminist Forum (NFF) Lagos, Nigeria, 14 th April 2015 – Today makes it exac
#BringBackOurGirls: A Year After Chibok Abductions Women And Girls Are Still In Danger
It’s been one year since the abduction by Boko Haram of 276 female students from their boarding school in

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GROW1 in West Africa celebrates the International Day of Peasant Struggle launched by Via Campesina2
14 April 2015 – On the one-year anniversary of their abduction by the extremist group Boko Haram,

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