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“I want women to have their rights respected”
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“I want women to have their rights respected”

Matluba Rajabalieva is chairperson of the Gharm Support Centre in Tajikistan which runs a number of projects to help vulnerable women, including providing free legal advice, psychological support, and support for women to set up their own business. Matluba talks to us about her work with women in her community, including her work with Saferworld to address people’s security concerns.

29 March 2019
Srijana Pun: women's rights in the restaurant industry
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Srijana Pun: women's rights in the restaurant industry

In the final entry of our gender, peace and security interview series, we spoke with Srijana Pun who highlights some of the challenges she and other women have faced in the restaurant industry as well as her experiences fighting for women’s rights.

21 May 2018
Starting a conversation on domestic violence in Tajikistan
Case study

Starting a conversation on domestic violence in Tajikistan

Violence against women is increasingly recognised by authorities and communities as a problem in Tajikistan. Despite efforts to address it, one in every two women is still vulnerable to abuse according to estimates. Saferworld works with communities to create space where women can safely meet, learn new skills and discuss their experiences.

25 January 2018
Fighting for gay and transgender rights in Nepal: Bhakti Shah
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Fighting for gay and transgender rights in Nepal: Bhakti Shah

For the second instalment of the gender, security and development interview series, we spoke with Bhakti Shah, a Nepali LGBTI activist. In the interview, Bhakti speaks about her struggle to achieve recognition for the diverse community and to gain respect as a Nepali lesbian.

22 January 2018