Over the years, hundreds of thousands of children throughout the world have taken part in the Global March to ban child labour, How can we not do everything in our power to free each child on this planet from this scourge? How can we fail to free ourselves from our personal ans professional blinkers that prevent us from seeing abuse and injustice?
- Children at Ajegunle Community Primary School Founded By WOCON
- Wocon Coordination Of The Nigerian Ngo Participation At The Csw 54 Beijing+15 Review Process March 1-12, 2010
- Presentation on Trafficking at the CSW 54 BEIJING+15
- Robin Levin's CSw 54 presentation on Public Health Implications of Violence Against Women and Girls
- Women in Politics
April 14, 2018.
As we witness the ever-changing world, technology provides more tools but also presents new risks. Ever wondered the activities and behaviours of our young kids in the digitally advanced age? Ever imagined the increased vulnerability in the ever-evolving world?
With the above brought to light, new forms of abuse are emerging and with them the need for new and accurate information on how to create awareness on the dangers of child exploitation.
Although it is believed that gender parity is still about 200 years away from being a reality, it is important to note that women, especially as a marginalized group, can #pressforprogress by challenging stereotypes and bias, forging positive visibility of women, influencing others‘ positive beliefs, maintaining a gender parity mindset and celebrating women’s achievements.
In Nigeria, gender parity is almost appearing to be non-achievable except for the strives and efforts of some State and non-State actors.
PRESS STATEMENT RELEASED BY WOMEN’S CONSORTIUM OF NIGERIA (WOCON)
TO CONDEMN THE RECENT HAPPENINGS OF MODERN SLAVERY AND INHUMAN TREATMENT OF NIGERIAN WOMEN & GIRLS IN LIBYA
AND TO COMMEMORATE
THE 16DAYS OF ACTIVISM AGAINST GENDER VIOLENCE (2017)
Combating Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking