Women's Rights

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Education for Transformative Change: The Education We Need By 2030

One thing that has become clear during the process of developing the new global framework for development, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), is that the world is quickly growing in complexity.

Informal Learning, Cultural Traditions and Transformation

“Educational practices intended to generate democratic possibilities must be conceived of not as neutral processes but as political acts; [that can be] hegemonic [and so] reproductive…or guided by an alternative transformative social vision” (Mayo,1999, p. 155).

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Feminist Pedagogy

Unpacking the reality and building towards a new model of education for women and girls in Zimbabwe

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The Gendered Interface Between Education and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Countries that invest in the education of women do better in a variety of development indicators. In fact, educating girls is one of the wisest investments any developing country can make” – Rosalyn McKeown (2004).

"What Was My Education For?"

That was the first time in my life I took note of the cocoa trees, and they are on the route I have walked countless times on my way to and from work. Every so often, I ask myself, “What was my education for?”

People’s Education

A Case Study of Alternative Strategies to Impart Knowledge

CALLING CONSULTANTS: Enhancing Feminist Leadership Ethos in OSISA

This pertains especially to women in the organisation, and the envisaged exercise will enable healthy, collaborative power and transformative leadership styles that enable effective power sharing in the organisation towards full accountability and responsibility at all levels.

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BUWA! Issue #6: Moving Stories

As part of our celebration of International Women’s Day in March this year, OSISA launched the 6th Edition of BUWA! JOURNAL on African Women’s Experiences. This Issue features African women’s experiences of migration, highlighting the pull and push factors, the challenges and opportunities as well as gaps in policies for protection.

OSISA Women’s Rights Programme Call for Proposals

Seeking grant proposals for interventions that seek to challenge the causes, remove the barriers, capitalize on the opportunities and catalyse transformation.

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