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IRCT Council elects new Executive Committee and President

Category: It`s interesting to know 


Lela Tsiskarishvili, Executive Director of Georgian Center for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT) was elected from the Europe region

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The Case for the Sanity of Women

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Non-feminine behaviour in females has always been regarded as a pathology. And because all but the most broken and brainwashed women exhibit non-feminine behaviour...

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Her husband gave her a concussion. Her father said “don’t fight back”

Category: Gender based violence 


In the new report “Call Me When He Tries to Kill You,” Human Rights Watch finds there are few safe places for abused women in Kyrgyzstan

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A woman was forced to 'restore her virginity' 20 times after abuse before marriage to Isis fighters

Category: Gender based violence 


An Isis terrorist group forced a sex slave to undergo surgery to "restore her virginity" every time she was married to 20 fighters, a United Nations official has said.

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Shirin Ebadi: 'If books had been thrown at the Taliban instead of bombs … we would not have Isis'

Category: Gender in the world 


The Nobel laureate called on governments to cut arms budgets and increase education spending at a female peacemakers’ conference in The Hague

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President Met Representatives of NGOs Working on Women’s Issues

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President of Georgia Giorgi Margvelashvili met with 25 representatives of NGOs working on women's rights

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UN urges greater action to combat sexual violence in 21 conflict countries

Category: Gender based violence 


Despite unprecedented political momentum to fight rape in war zones, sexual violence remains a global crime affecting women, men and children in more than 20 countries

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New UK funding to help protect women and girls in emergencies

Category: Gender in the world 

Maria Caspani and Magda Mis

The UK Department for International Development (DFID) announced on Wednesday that it would give £21.6 million in new funding to help protect girls and women in emergencies

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113 countries commit to stop rape in conflict with historic declaration at UN

Category: Gender based violence 


This means that more than half of the UN member states have expressed support for strengthened efforts to end rape in war...

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Only wearing a doctor’s smock and walking in the corridor is not enough to be a doctor

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Ketevan Nozadze


Ms. Dodo Orjonikidze, an oncologist, believes that the doctor, first of all, should gain the patient's confidence, otherwise treatment will not be successful and effective

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