Erin Thomas

Erin Thomas est chargée de recherche de l’organisation de défense des droits humains International Center for Advocates Against Discrimination (ICAAD). Basée à Auckland en Nouvelle-Zélande, elle travaille plus particulièrement sur les droits humains dans les îles du Pacifique, notamment sur les violences sexistes, la justice climatique et les réparations pour les essais nucléaires, ainsi sur que le droit international relatif aux droits humains.

Ko Erin Thomas e i liuliu ni tabana ni Policy and Research ena International Centre for Advocates Against Discrimination (ICAAD) E vakaitikotiko  mai Okaladi ,Niusiladi ,ka dau dikeva vakatabakidua na  dodonu ni tamata yadua ena Veiyanuyanu ena wasa Pasifika me baleta na veicala ni valavala voravora ni veivakasaurarataki  ka vu mai na veivakaduiduitaki ni tagane mai   na yalewa ,na yavu dodonu vakalawa ka kovuti kina  na draki  kei na yaragi vakaniukilia  vata kei na lawa ni vuravura taucoko baleta na dodonu ni tamata yadua.

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How data is improving justice for gender-based violence in Fiji

By: Erin Thomas
Español | Na Vosa Vakaviti

To advance equity for girls and to improve faith in the justice system, combatting biases that privilege the interests of perpetrators of gender-based violence ...

 

Is climate change worsening gender-based violence in the Pacific Islands?

By: Erin Thomas & Megan Lee Candolfi
Français

In the Pacific Islands, gender inequality and gender-based violence are being exacerbated by climate change, including through natural disasters, migration, and ...

 

 

 

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