The global humanitarian community is failing to meet the needs of women and girls displaced by the Russian invasion of Ukraine and adequately support women- and girl-led organizations on the frontlines of the emergency response, according to a new, seven-part regional assessment from VOICE, in partnership with HIAS. The reports were developed by VOICE’s 10-member assessment team, who spent four weeks speaking to women’s rights organizations, frontline workers, local NGOs, government workers, United Nations agency actors, and internally displaced and refugee populations

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Elizabeth Dartnall, Executive Director, the Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI), and Emma Fulu, Founder and Executive Director, The Equality Institute (EQI), on embracing the wisdom of the crowd and challenging the way we prioritise and fund research on violence against women.

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A Feminist Assessment of the Humanitarian Aid System’s Support of Women- and Girl-Led Organizations During the COVID-19 Pandemic VOICE’s “We Must Do Better” report represents the first attempt at a global feminist assessment of the experiences of women and girls, and the organizations they lead, during the COVID-19 pandemic. It looks at their lives holistically

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How the Humanitarian System is Failing in its Commitments to End Violence Against Women and Girls. Download the full report here VOICE partnered with the IRC for a detailed study regarding the major gap in funding going to violence against women and girls (VAWG) in humanitarian contexts.Key findings showed that funding allocated specifically to VAWG

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