Hargeisa– Issues ranging from women’s participation in politics to the relationship between peace and development were among the topics covered by a senior United Nations official during a two-day introductory visit to Hargeisa, the capital of Somaliland, whi
Mogadishu — As Somalia continued with electoral preparations, the month of September saw a round of United Nations-backed training completed for Somali journalists on reporting on elections and the importance of women taking part in the country’s political life.
Somalia - The latest round of public consultations on Somalia’s constitutional review process came to an end this week, with members of the public providing more of their views on what should go into the final document to safeguard their rights on a range of issues.
Mogadishu – Coinciding with the International Day of Peace, a group of Somali students today graduated with master’s degrees in subjects with special relevance to peacebuilding in Somalia – and were encouraged to channel their learning towards the betterment of their country.
Mogadishu – A series of virtual workshops for Somali journalists came to an end this month with 60 media workers around the country receiving training on reporting skills centred on improving the coverage and understanding of women’s role in politics.