Publications

  • She Leads – Her Stories newsletter, volume 2

    Her Stories is a Hivos She Leads project newsletter showcasing some of the community work and impact by Hivos and partners involved in the project. T

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  • Boldly Queer: African perspectives on same-sex sexuality and gender diversity

    This publication is a rich collection of articles, essays, stories and photographs that highlight a growing understanding of LGBT rights struggles and realities on the African continent.

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  • Advancing gender equality, diversity and inclusion to achieve equity and justice for all

    This white paper outlines the ambition, approach and Theory of Change of one of Hivos’ three impact areas: Gender Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.

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  • Changing Hearts and Minds

    If you are interested in shifting how people think about gender and sexuality – then this document is for you!

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  • The Hidden Life of Theories of Change

    In this policy brief, we explore the more hidden aspects of the life of Theories of Change.

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  • Impact of COVID-19 on women workers in the horticulture sector in Kenya

    A rapid assessment of the effects of COVID-19 by Hivos East Africa’s Women@Work indicates that food security is a major concern for flower farm workers mainly due to job losses and increasing food prices.

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  • A manual for strengthening women’s leadership in the horticultural sector

    This manual will help you carry out a strategy to develop transformative feminist leadership in the East African Horticultural sector.

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  • Hivos Gender Equality and Diversity Inclusion Strategy

    Achieving gender equality and diversity inclusion is central to the protection of human rights, the functioning of democracy, and respect for the rule of law, in addition to the achievement of economic growth and sustainability.

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  • Colourful workplaces?

    As a supporter of LGBTIQ+ rights for over twenty years, Hivos believes that international companies can become important allies in our endeavours to create a world in which LGBTIQ+ persons are no longer ignored, stigmatised and discriminated against, but instead are recognised and respected.

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