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Towards zero waste

Published 9 February 2018

Through the project, Namgyal Higher Secondary School has set up a very good model on how schools can contribute towards reducing pollution and managing waste.

Turning the Gun That Hurt Daniel into Good Use

Published 30 January 2018

The bullets that hit Daniel Antonio Rivera in the back made him a wheelchair user for the rest of his life. Daniel is one of the victims of the “pandillas”, the criminal youth gangs of El Salvador. Through Humanium Metal IM is working to reduce violence and support its victims.

IM South Asia Newsletter, July - December 2017

Published 9 January 2018

In the first issue: Promoting inclusive education for children with disabilities; A Brief Study Report on Pro-Poor Laws in Nepal; Update on Partners’ Network Meetings; the International campaign 'Empowered women' to promote women role models.

Shushila choses education

Published 8 January 2018

Sushila had dropped out of school last year to look after her youngest brother. She is especially busy during harvesting season as she also follows her mother to people’s farms to collect leftover crops in the field. Now, with help of IM's partner, SSDC, she is enrolled in bridging classes so that she can re-enroll into school.

Legislation on Violence Against Women in the MENA Region Conference

Published 5 December 2017

In conjunction with the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence campaign, IM Swedish Development Partner, Diakonia, Norwegian People’s Aid and Institute for Women’s Studies in the Arab World will be holding the “Legislation on Violence Against Women in the MENA Region” Conference, on the 5th and 6th of December.

IM sheds light on Girls

Published 4 December 2017

IM observed the International Day of the Girl Child in the South Asia region on 11 October 2017.

Conference Salutes Women's Rights Advances

Published 30 November 2017

To celebrate women's rights advances, share experiences and discuss the future of gender equality in the Middle East and North Africa IM, Diakonia and NPA offers a safe inter-generational space for women’s activists during a conference on December 5th and 6th in Beirut.

Nepal Supreme Court Orders Government to Ensure Equal Pay for Females

Published 7 November 2017

The Supreme Court of Nepal directed the government authorities to ensure equal remuneration for male and female workers on 3 November 2017. The order was issued in response to a writ petition lodged by a team of lawyers including Raju Prasad Chapagain, Chairperson of IM partner JuRI Nepal.