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Since 2015, Equal Access has been working with over 15 community radio stations in five territories affected by Boko Haram as part of the Cameroon Peace Promotion project. Successfully promoting programs emphasizing peace and coexistence in a sensiti...
Launched in March 2017 by Equal Access in Washington, D.C. the “Empowering CVE Working Group” is a quarterly convening of CVE practitioners, scholars, and policymakers. The working group is designed as an introspective and skill-building forum to...
Around the world women are rising up, patriarchal systems are breaking down, and we’re partnering with women and girls in remote communities by supporting them in challenging barriers to equality. "I am fighting violence against women and child...
“Rural people don’t have access to many chances in life [and so] these programs allow us to share their problems, successes and needs.”   Writer and producer Haoua Ahmat Nene from Chad specializes in creating dramatic characters and plot l...
"It is better to be crazy than dead," said a local Nepali woman when giving feedback to Equal Access’ CEO Ronni Goldfarb in 2003. Goldfarb was on her first trip following the launch of Equal Access’ flagship women’s and girls’ empowerment pro...
It's time to disrupt the countering violent extremism (CVE) field by re-thinking how we engage individuals who land somewhere on the "radicalization" spectrum. To better understand evolving conflict dynamics and to inform the content of our Hausa-lan...
In Nepal's far-western region, along  the southern belt known as the Terai, a 29-year old Tharu woman makes her way eastward traveling over eight hours a day across dusty, pot-holed roads to meet with strangers. She is armed with few things. A noteb...
In June 2017, a spate of deadly attacks on the Niger-Burkina Faso border shook up entire communities. The attacks, allegedly committed by violent extremist groups from Mali, occurred in spite of stringent security measures imposed by local authoritie...