ⓘ Sister Namibia

                                     

ⓘ Sister Namibia

Sister Namibia, formerly known as the Sister Namibia Collective, is a feminist nonpartisan non-governmental organization located in Windhoek, Namibia. The organization was established in 1989 on the eve of the Namibias independence from South Africa. Sister Namibia advocates for womens rights and engages in activities that promote full gender equality in a world free from violence, discrimination, and oppression. From its inception, the organizations main function has been to produce Sister Namibia Magazine. In the 1990s Sister Namibia expanded its operations to include educational programs, research, activism, media engagement, and cultural activities in support of womens rights.

                                     
  • never be defeated The Mineworkers Union of Namibia Sister Namibia 1 October 2002 Strike ends at Namibia s Skorpion Zinc mine in Reuters, 30 May, 2008
  • Coordinates: 22 S 17 E 22 S 17 E - 22 17 Namibia nəˈmɪbiə listen næˈ - officially the Republic of Namibia is a country in Southern Africa. Its
  • Prime FOCUS. Monthly publications are Sister Namibia magazine, the longest running NGO magazine in Namibia and Namibia Sport, the only national sport magazine
  • overview of and topical guide to Namibia Namibia sovereign country located along the Atlantic Coast of Southern Africa. Namibia shares borders with Angola
  • Human rights in Namibia are currently recognised and protected by the Namibian constitution formed in 1990 by a 72 - seat assembly. The assembly consisted
  • dumping a growing social problem in Namibia The Namibian Sister Namibia 2013 - 04 - 19 Baby Dumping Sister Namibia blog. Retrieved 26 November 2017
  • a Namibian feminist activist, the director of the Namibian feminist organisation Sister Namibia and a lecturer in English literature at the Namibia University
  • Khaxas born 1960 is a Namibian writer and activist. Notably Khaxas ran Sister Namibia from 1998 to 2004. After leaving Sisters Namibia she founded the Women s
  • of Namibia includes a number of folk styles, as well as pop, rock, reggae, jazz, house and hip hop. The Sanlam - NBC Music Awards and the Namibian Music
  • the country this contrasted with other prominent Namibian LGBT organisations, such as Sister Namibia which primarily supported lesbians. TRP focused
  • poet, able to stand shoulder to shoulder with her male counterparts Sister Namibia article. In May 2008, Warner released her debut album I found my rhythm