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ACTING FOR WOMAN'S RIGHTS IN AFRICA.

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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Employers must address all aspects of gender-based violence in workplace – UN Women chief
“Preventing sexual harassment means to empower women at the workplace,” says Srey Sros, a garment factor
UN reports slow women’s political parity; launches latest ‘Women in Politics’ map
A member of the House of the People casts her vote during the election for the First and Second Deputy Speak
UN launches 'Platform of Champions' calling to end global gender pay gap
The Launch of the Equal Pay Platform of Champions at the UN General Hall on 13 March 2016. UN Women/Ryan Bro
On International Day, UN calls for women's full participation in labour force
ource: Students of Computer Sciences at Khowaja Institute of Information Technology in Pakistan. Photo: Vis

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