Press Statement: Stop Sexual Violence against Women with Disabilities in Arua City, Uganda
Sexual violence against women with disabilities encompasses both disability-based and gender-based violence across the globe. Violence against women with disabilities is one of the categories of violence that remains highly…
Press Statement: No hierarchy in women’s human rights
People with disabilities, women, and minority groups are particularly marginalized in Somaliland due to attitudinal and environmental barriers, institutional challenges, and a lack of effective inclusion strategies and efforts. Individuals who face marginalization on multiple axes, such as, women with disabilities, women from minority groups, or women with disabilities
Anti-Stoning Campaign Update: After months of campaigning the sentence has been overturned, but there is still more work to do
On the 24th of November, the Court of Appeal overturned the verdict of the Court of First Instance which had convicted Amal* to death by stoning for adultery. The case has been sent back to the primary court under the Court of Appeal’s ruling that, given the flawed proceedings and distorted implementation of the law, the whole trial will be repeated.
SIHA Annual Report 2020 and 2021
It is our pleasure as the SIHA management team to share with you our report for 2020 and 2021 of our journey of successes and challenges and learning throughout the two years.
Press Statement: Lack of investment in girls’ education undermines their hopes for justice and equality
Photography Credit: SIHA Staff October 2022 On the International
Re: Joint statement by CSOs in Sudan: Death by stoning High Commissioner for Human Rights
Khartoum, 14 September 2022 Your Excellency, We, the undersigned, are
Religious backlash threatens Somaliland’s progressive rape law
Religious leaders have gutted a progressive sexual offences law, creating
Sudanese Civil Society Press Statement
Death by stoning still exists in a country where women