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Zeliang affirms stand on 33 pc women quota in civic polls

DIMAPUR, Aug 19 - Despite opposition from Naga civil society organisations like Naga Hoho and Ao Senden, Nagaland Chief Minister TR Zeliang has affirmed that his government would stand by the August 10 State Cabinet decision to reserve 33 per cent seats for ... The Assam Tribune, 1 week ago
Naga Hoho opposes 33 pc women reservation Assam Tribune, 2 weeks ago

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Civil society organisations held back by biased regulations: activists

Activists yesterday called the legal framework on association unfair and biased towards public society organisations (PSOs), while creating barriers to the operations of civil organisations. — Photo HÀ NỘI Activists yesterday ...
 Viet Nam News2 weeks ago Civil societies urge Governor for probe  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago FIGHTING EXTREMISM: Youths need space, healthy social environment to grow well: speakers  New Age Bangladesh2 weeks ago Civil Society Launches #FreeThe5KH Campaign in Support of Imprisoned ADHOC Staff and NEC Official  Front Line Defenders2 weeks ago

Now A New Mobile App To Ensure Women's Safety

Ever since the 2012 Nirbhaya tragedy took place, there has been a strong call from the Civil society and government to take strict action, in multiple ways, to tackle the problem of women's safety and security. For IT companies too, safety of ...
 CXOtoday2 weeks ago MSAI Launches 'I Feel Safe' Android App For Women's Safety  TechTree2 weeks ago

Saikul CSOs draw attention

SADAR HILLS, Aug 8: Saikul based civil society organizations including Kuki Inpi, KSO, Kuki Women Union and elected members of ADC Sadar Hills have drawn immediate attention of the State Government over the alleged shortage of doctors in Saikul ...
 Sangai Express2 weeks ago
Huffington Post

Kono women want Karamoh Kabbah sacked

By Mohamed Massaquoi Over 10 women's and civil society organisations have called on President Ernest Bai Koroma to sack the Minister of State East, Karamoh Kabbah, for what they referred to as a blatant disrespect for women in that part of the ...
 Sierra Leone Concord Times2 weeks ago Somali women hold demonstrations demanding political participation  Radio Dalsan2 weeks ago New faces introduced to strengthen ministerial panel on women  Jordan Times2 weeks ago Somalia: Women Hold Demonstrations Demanding Political Participation  Angola Press2 weeks ago

Security slammed for manhandling protesters

Civil society organisations have slammed the security personnel that manhandled the four silent female protesters during President Jacob Zuma's address at the election results ceremony, with the organisation People Opposing Woman Abuse (Powa), ...
 IAfrica.com2 weeks ago Eyewitness News — Zuma security slammed for manhandling #RemenberKhwezi protesters  NewsHub South Africa2 weeks ago Zuma security slammed for manhandling #RememberKhwezi protesters  Eye Witness News2 weeks ago

Africa's Civil Society Faces Up To Hostile Governments

By Kingsley Ighobor* A Liberian women's peace movement led by 31-year-old Leymah Gbowee did something extraordinary in July 2003 to force Liberian warlords to sign a peace agreement that ended 10 years of a bloody civil war. After months of ...
 Eurasia Review2 weeks ago Unleashing The Power Of Africas Civil Society  Nigerian Voice2 weeks ago Unleashing the power of Africa's civil society  Online Nigeria News2 weeks ago OPINION: UNLEASHING THE POWER OF AFRICAS CIVIL SOCIETY  Uncova2 weeks ago

Pregnant woman forced to walk 6 km to hospital in flood-ravaged MP

In what could be a slap on the face of the civil society, a case of shocking apathy has come to fore, wherein a pregnant woman in Madhya Pradesh was forced to walk six kilometres through a waterlogged area to reach the hospital to deliver her baby. The incident was reported from the state’s Chhatarpur district, when a family called for a government ambulance, but the hospital said it would take half an hour. The mother-to-be, named Sandhya Yadav, a resident of Simaria village, had to ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Pregnant woman forced to walk 6 kms to hospital in flood-ravaged MP  Sify1 day ago
Times of Oman

Red Cross comes to Sharmila's rescue

Imphal: Even as the Manipur's civil society has failed miserably to accept Irom Sharmila back after she has unilaterally decided to withdraw fast against imposition of AFSPA so has her own family, International Red Cross Society's Manipur chapter ...
 ShillongTimes.com2 weeks ago Irom Sharmila and Meira Paibi reached rapprochement  Economic Times2 weeks ago Sharmila asked to stay in hospital for health reasons  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago Irom Sharmila asked to stay in hospital for health reasons  Kashmir Times2 weeks ago

Police-public meet on security held in B'swar

erface between police and public was held in the district headquarters here. This was convened by a civil society body where several issues pertaining to law and order, especially security of senior citizen and women were discussed. ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago
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