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« on: October 30 2010 »

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http://www.apc.org/en/news/congolese-students-and-survivors-use-icts-prevent-

Association Dynamique Plurielle in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, is
working with 250 female first to third year high school students from
Savorgnon de Brazzaville High School to fight against sexual
harassment in schools. During the project, students will also send
alerts about sexual harassment cases via SMS by the students; and a
'listening cell of the organisation at the high school will actively
respond. Educational information about the laws will be sent to 250
students; and trivia questions via SMS and MMS will be sent out to
participants.
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« Reply #1 on: October 30 2010 »

DRC: DOCUMENTING LIVES WITH IT

http://www.genderit.org/feminist-talk/democratic-republic-congo-letter-world-capital-rape

Francoise Mukuku works as the national coordinator of a young feminist
group called Si Jeunesse Savait, based in the Democratic Republic of
Congo (DRC). Here she describes how the organisation teaches women how
to blog, broadcast radio shows, take pictures and document their
lives.
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