We promote, for example, refugee women taking on leadership roles within refugee coordination mechanisms, and WROs claiming more than a tokenistic presence in inter-agency spaces, panels and events. Our co-created theory of change emphasises the following high-level outcome: that humanitarians use power positively, and respect and value women and girls.
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We include in the requirements for this outcome a recognition by humanitarian staff of their own power and privilege. To this end, we are adapting the proven G e t Moving! The combination of personal and professional reflection, analysis and commitment continues to inspire and sustain collective action. We are open in our communication and decision- making as we strive for equality in design, planning, access to information and power.
These are key to project success, but also foster positive working relationships, trust and participatory and open discussion.
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Members of the Building Local, Thinking Global initiative believe that welcoming disagreement, alternative ideas and new voices was positive and drove us towards improved results. Transparency has also increased confidence in decisions, ultimately reducing friction because partners communicated under a set of clear expectations. This is rare in humanitarian partnerships, which too often involve Global North organisations determining the goals and workplans for joint efforts that are then handed to Global South actors to execute.
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This has been possible thanks to investment in relationship- building as a coalition of activists. We consider all members as equal owners, with voice and a role to play in determining our direction and priorities. Effective response to VAWG in emergencies will require a more radical shift and application of feminist principles across humanitarian work.
The obstacles mentioned at the top of this article — lack of sustainable, direct funding; limited operational capacity; unequal partnerships — will not be removed without a new understanding of the relationship between international agencies and local actors, particularly WROs. You must be logged in to post a comment. Download this issue. Making humanitarian action work for women and girls. Saving lives and saved lives: why women matter in humanitarian crises. Leveraging global and grassroots expertise to improve access to sexual and reproductive health services in humanitarian emergencies.
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Log out of ReadCube. It has been 25 years since the National Resistance Movement took power in Uganda and ushered in an era of women's increased presence in African legislatures — at first in east and southern Africa and eventually beyond.
In , Uganda's neighbor Rwanda became the first country in the world to have more women than men in a chamber of parliament. Across the continent one country after another has taken measures to increase women's presence in the national legislature. Despite the remarkable gains that have been made by women in national legislatures across the continent, Africa's accomplishments in this arena are little known — in contrast to those from other parts of the world. This article, in surveying and synthesizing the literature, seeks also to make those accomplishments better known.
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