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Somali Women and Political Movements

This study was carried out between September 2015 and April 2016 and looked at how Somali women and Somali women political movements are organizing themselves in anticipation of the political transformations taking place in Somalia including the 2016 Somali elections. The study investigated in details Somali women’s political activism in and out of Somalia including

Female Police Officers in Somalia

This study on female police officers was commissioned by UN Women and it aimed to provide data, information and analysis that would contribute to the police component of the UN Rule of Law Joint Programme and, subsequently, the police force’s capacity to respond to Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV), improve access to judicial remedies

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Women and Value chains study in Somalia (for DIAKONIA)

This study aimed to provide an analytical review of existing and potential value chains that could help Somali women generate income and access local urban and rural markets in 4 subsectors. It aspired to identify sector specific value chains with the best employment and entrepreneurship opportunities for women. Within this framework and in this line

Somali Politics and Gendered Culture: Finding Simplicity in Complexity

At the end of 2016, Somalia will select a new government. The current governing body will be replaced by a new administration chosen by 275 parliamentarians, which will be selected by 135 clan elderly. Among those to be vetted and included in the result should be women and youth. However, Somalia is a patriarchal society

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Somali Women and Political Movements

This study was carried out between September 2015 and April 2016 and looked at how Somali women and Somali women political movements are organizing themselves in anticipation of the political

Female Police Officers in Somalia

This study on female police officers was commissioned by UN Women and it aimed to provide data, information and analysis that would contribute to the police component of the UN

Women in Peacebuilding in Somalia

Gender awareness in peace processes and negotiations is not a question of political correctness or the peaceful nature of the sexes involved but rather, the strategic analysis of an effective,

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Somali Women and Political Movements

This study was carried out between September 2015 and April 2016 and looked at how Somali women and Somali women political movements are organizing themselves in anticipation of the political transformations taking place in Somalia including the 2016 Somali elections. The study investigated in details Somali women’s political activism in and out of Somalia including

Female Police Officers in Somalia

This study on female police officers was commissioned by UN Women and it aimed to provide data, information and analysis that would contribute to the police component of the UN Rule of Law Joint Programme and, subsequently, the police force’s capacity to respond to Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV), improve access to judicial remedies

Somalia Gender Hub

Women and Value chains study in Somalia (for DIAKONIA)

This study aimed to provide an analytical review of existing and potential value chains that could help Somali women generate income and access local urban and rural markets in 4 subsectors. It aspired to identify sector specific value chains with the best employment and entrepreneurship opportunities for women. Within this framework and in this line

Somali Politics and Gendered Culture: Finding Simplicity in Complexity

At the end of 2016, Somalia will select a new government. The current governing body will be replaced by a new administration chosen by 275 parliamentarians, which will be selected by 135 clan elderly. Among those to be vetted and included in the result should be women and youth. However, Somalia is a patriarchal society

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Launching Ceremony

The grand launch ceremony of the Somalia Gender Hub took place on Monday, June 10, 2019, in Garowe. The event was attended by government officials, civil society representatives, women’s groups, youth associations, guests from research and academic institutions, students and officials from other sectors of society. Kindly visit our website for more information or follow

Poetry Blog: I am a Somali Woman

I am the sister of the martyr. I am the aunt of the potato seller at the local market. I am the daughter of the local sheikh. I am the injured of the revolution. The protester. The jailed. The detained. I am the tortured. The exiled. The kidnapped. The raped. I am the veiled. The

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Terms of Reference (ToR) Vacancy Social Media Manager BACKGROUND The Somalia Gender Hub is a recently established local knowledge network located at the intersection of theory and practice which aims to inform, build and advance research and knowledge on gender in Somalia. We aim to build a comprehensive and robust compilation of country-wide statistics and

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