In Disowned, Anyianuka explores the dark world of abused women
In ‘Nnena’s Loss,’ Anyianuka focuses on the betrayal that confronts many wives from their husbands, who in spite of how much love they profess to their wives, still have a woman on the side to titillate them.
‘Why society must encourage women to report sexual violence’
According to an inspector from Isolo police station, Bright Agozie, there has been a remarkable increase in the number of cases being reported to them despite the fact that victims find it difficult to come out and report.
Group condemns sexual violence in Edo
A non-governmental and non-profit organisation, Brave Heart Initiative (BHI) in collaboration with Federation of Female Lawyers, Conference of Non-Governmental Organisations (CONGOs), Girls Power Initiative (GPI), Society to Heighten Awareness of Women and Children Abuse ...
‘Domestic and sexual violence against women is a crime, threat to Africa’
Her Majesty, Olori Wuraola Zaynab Otiti Ogunwusi, the Queen of Ife, has been in the public view several times for her unflinching support for the downtrodden, including rural women and orphans.
Medical app aims to tackle rape, flag war crimes in conflict-torn Congo
Developed by Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), MediCapt allows clinicians to record medical examination results digitally and photograph victims’ injuries, store them online and send them directly to law enforcement officials and lawyers.
WARIF, The Guardian partner to tackle sexual violence
Founder and visionary of WARIF, Dr. Kemi DaSilva-Ibru in a statement yesterday said the pact was in response to a series of sexual assaults, rape and human trafficking cases involving children, young girls and women.
Group takes campaign against rape, sexual violence to secondary schools
The campaign, which is part of programmes, lined up to commemorate the International Women’s Day is to create awareness among children particularly females on such vices as rape, domestic and sexual violence...
In the pursuit of post-conflict reintegration, gender mainstreaming is key
In my last article, I talked about the many vital reasons women need to be engaged in the peace-building and peace-keeping processes in conflict resolution, giving you the whys.
‘Most cases of child abuse are committed by low-income earners'
Statistics do not show that there is an increase in the offences being committed, what the statistics show is that there’s an increase in reporting.