The Living Peace Institute (LPI), Equimundo’s strategic partner in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), celebrated International Women’s Day this year with a daylong dialogue on “Gender and Women’s Economic
The Living Peace Institute (LPI), Equimundo’s strategic partner in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), works to promote gender equality, prevent gender-based violence, and restore peaceful family
Results from a sustained impact evaluation of a psychosocial intervention targeting men to prevent intimate partner violence. See the full report here, launched in September 2017. Written
Over the course of 10 days in July, 50 police officers in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) participated in a gender-transformative training led by Equimundo, as
The Young Men’s Clubs Against Violence (YMCAV) project was officially launched on June 7, 2017 in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. The project was launched by
Equimundo began formative research in October 2016 to inform the development of a new four-year project, the Young Men’s Clubs Against Violence (YMCAV), which will work to
When Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is in the headlines, conflict, war, and rape are often the focus. And, we should be paying attention: nearly a quarter of women in DRC have experienced conflict-related sexual violence, and nearly two-thirds have experienced violence from a male partner.
The relationship between civilians and the military in eastern Congo is a vital one, but soldiers have been accused of impunity for past crimes. One soldier’s story shows how things might be changing, say Nadia Shabani and Alexa Hassink.