Reports-Published dateSunday, January 2, 2011 - 05:00
Secret societies and women’s access to justice in Sierra Leone : bridging the formal and informal divide - policy brief
A key question posed by this research is, given the limitations of customary institutions in light of prevailing socio-cultural attitudes that undermine women’s equality and rights, is synthesis between formal justice systems and informal or custoPublished date2017
IDRC's Democratic Governance, Women's Rights and Gender Equality initiative is supporting a body of comparative research on whether and how democratic processes and institutions are responding to women's rights and gender equality.
Breaking barriers empowering young women to participate in democratic politics : manual for facilitatorsPublished date2013
Interrogating Young Women's Political Participation in Post-war Sierra Leone : final technical report (February 2011 – August 2013)
Even though youths formed the core of the rebel movement and comprise over 50% of the population, they have, post-war, remained marginalized and excluded from conventional processes of the state and have had little or no say in decisions that mattPublished dateMonday, September 2, 2013 - 04:00