A survivor’s tale to end Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in Indonesia’s Papua

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Nobody saw it coming, particularly the elders of the Dayak Iban Sungai Utik community in the remote jungle of Indonesia’s Kalimantan island. But last year the soothing lullaby was serenaded at the United Nations General Assembly 2019, when the community received the Equator Prize for their work in protecting indigenous forest.
Women miners are an important part of small-scale gold mining in North Gorontalo. Women are not only involved in supporting the mining logistics, but also directly involved in gold processing by using a simple method called panning.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in partnership with the Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas), with support from the Government of Denmark launched today a new initiative to support the development of Indonesia’s first national strategy on circular economy, a new economic model that can further boost growth, create new jobs and address climate change at the same time.

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