A mother and a child walk past the wreckage of a car bomb in the Wardhigley District, south of Mogadishu, on February 27, 2015. PHOTO/Mohamed Abdiwahab/AFP

Isis-WICCE Resource Hub Weekly Links [September]

This week, we share women’s voices on peace in Philippines and Burundi, ending violence against women in Palestine and Somalia and the dilemma of children born in captivity in Northern Uganda among others.

‘We are peace builders. We live each day to maintain peace and normalcy in our families and respective communities’. Women in Bangsamoro, Philippines speak out via Conciliation Resources

In a country where rape is “normal” and survivors almost never get justice, momentum is building for a new law, FP sheds light on Somalia’s uphill battle to criminalize sexual violence.

Northern Uganda may be recovering from the effects of the LRA insurgency but the hidden scars of children born in captivity are glaring. NBS TV uncovers this dilemma.

The Palestinian government plans to establish the National Observatory on Violence against Women to document and provide accurate statistics, will this be enough to stop  VAW? Palestinian Pulse explains.

Centralizing Burundi women’s agency in peace building. How Burundikazi strategize for their effective participation to promote peace via Isis-WICCE

United States Institute of Peace shares recommendations and priority ways to improve accountability for conflict-related sexual violence in Africa.

This gender and conflict analysis toolkit  provides practical guidance to peace building practitioners on using gender and conflict analysis.