Ireland takes action

Forsythe, Vivienne; De Guilio, Angela O'Neill
March 2007
Forced Migration Review;Mar2007, Vol. 1 Issue 27, p30
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the commitment of Ireland's development, humanitarian and human rights organizations to become an international force in responding to gender-based violence. The aim of the Joint Consortium of Irish Human Rights Humanitarian and Development Agencies and Irish Aid is to ensure that gender-based violence responses and strategies have visibility, credibility, high-level leadership and wide support within its member organisations.


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