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Combating VAW in PICS Video

ICAAD at SwitchPoint 2016 – Video & Photo Gallery

SwitchPoint 2016 Pictures Courtesy Intrahealth International  

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Radio New Zealand: New study says gender bias is impeding justice

Radio New Zealand Int’l interviewed an author of our Report (http://bit.ly/1YamzCy) on the impact of gender bias in the judiciary – listen to it below. (Original Link) A new regional study shows most people convicted for domestic violence have been given reduced sentences after courts took into […]

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CGI Commitment to Action: Combating VAW in the Pacific Islands

At the 10th Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting, ICAAD and its partners announced a Commitment to Action to combat violence against women (VAW) in the Pacific Islands. The commitment focuses on strengthening the rule of law through a systems approach and using big data to monitor […]

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Tony Blair Faith Foundation Presentation on Violence Against Women in the S. Pacific

Face to Faith hosted ICAAD’s Director of Legal Programs, Hansdeep Singh, on Human Rights Day (12/10/12) in a question and answer session with students. The discussion covered topics such as: nuclear disarmament, manifesting one’s religious identity, discrimination in the context of hate crimes, women’s rights (specifically violence […]

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Oral Argument 9th Cir.: Indo-Fijian Woman Seeking Asylum

In Rashika v. Holder, Jaspreet Singh, ICAAD’s Director of Policy and Advocacy argued that Indo-Fijian women with no systems of support in Fiji should be eligible for asylum, as a particularly disfavored group with a well founded fear of future persecution. Ms. Rashika, a single Indo-Fijian woman […]

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Americans in U.S. territories can’t vote for president. This week the Supreme Court refused to hear a case to extend voting rights to Americans in U.S. territories. Hear what people on Guam have to say about the issue:
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