Further reading

 Challenging the lack of enabling environments and structures to help and support women who have experienced sexual violence.

Kureya, T. and Sibanda, S.P.
Women’s Action Group and Padare (2016)

Two qualitative studies which express the influence that digital storytelling has had on trauma healing, technology skills development, civic dialogue, and rural youth education and service delivery.

Sonke Gender Justice and Silence Speaks (2013)

SAfAIDS has pioneered the documentation of HIV Best Practices and lessons learnt in Swaziland to help organisations and stakeholders to share experiences, success stories, lessons learnt and challenges in order to put the little available resources to good use.

Kureya, T. and Sibanda, S.P.
Nhlangano AIDS Training, Information and Counseling Centre (NATICC) and Swaziland National Network of People Living with HIV and AIDS (SWANNEPHA) (2011)

The Great Lakes region of Africa is faced by numerous problems ranging from military conflict and political instability to poverty, economic uncertainty, social upheavals and tensions, disease and gender inequality. These problems exist within a context of global advancement in science and technology. Culture is another important feature in global development, but what do we mean by culture and can it contribute to women's empowerment?

Njogu, K. and Orchardson-Mazrui, E.
UNESCO (2006)
Author Suzanne Pharr suggests that in order to break down the power and control exercised by the few, people of all oppressed groups must come together to form a movement that speaks for everyone’s rights. This personal account offers political analysis and intimate stories of rights and societal expectations.
Pharr, S.
Chardon Press (2002)