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Moremi Initiative Announces 2014 MILEAD Fellows - Africa’s Most Outstanding Emerging Women Leaders

Moremi Initiative for Women’s Leadership in Africa proudly announces the 2014 MILEAD (Moremi Initiative Leadership and Empowerment Development) Fellows. The 28 selected MILEAD Fellows represent Africa’s most promising young women leaders with the courage and commitment to lead and shape the future of Africa. 


Will post-2015 development proposals meet the Human Rights Litmus Test?

As UN member states begin negotiations on a new set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), CESR and its allies have called for all proposals to be subjected to a 'Human Rights Litmus Test'


Joint statement concerning recent sexual assaults and gang rapes in Tahrir Square

The mob sexual assaults and gang rapes in Tahrir Square during the celebrations of the inauguration of the new Egyptian president is sufficient proof for the inefficiency of the recent legal amendments to combat these crimes.


Canada - Propoposed legislation will harm sex workers and communities: Statement by the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network

We are profoundly disappointed that the federal government has decided to reject reason and evidence in moving forward with proposed legislation that replicates — and is even worse than — the failed “Nordic” model for sex work. 


Pacific Partnerships to Strengthen Gender, Climate Change Response and Sustainable Development

An innovative Pacific regional meeting to be held from 9 to 13 June 2014 in Nadi, Fiji, aims to advance the region’s interests in global United Nations bodies in key areas such as gender equality and climate change.


“Euro-Trek” EU Women's Participation in Sport Project: Erasmus + Sport

The main aim of this project is to facilitate, within the field of sport, the implementation of EU strategies related to social inclusion and equal opportunities. As a consequence, one of our main objectives is to encourage women to participate in sport and enable access to sport “for all”.


IDWF: A Domestic Workers’ Federation is Born!

The International Domestic Workers’ Network has transformed itself into the first global union organization run by women: the International Domestic Workers' Federation (IDWF).


Eliminating forced, coercive and otherwise involuntary sterilization

An interagency statement by OHCHR, UN Women, UNAIDS, UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO


ABIA disseminates a statement repudiating police action against sex workers in Niterói (Rio de Janeiro)

The Brazilian Interdisciplinary AIDS Association vehemently repudiates the grave human rights violations committed on May 23rd by civil police against more than 200 sex workers and residents in a building in Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro.  Sex workers reported that during the invasion, conducted by police without a warrant, violations including robbery, assault, and rape occurred, configuring an overwhelming abuse of power by the police force.


Online Course: "Security and Protection Management for Human Rights Defenders and Social Organisations"

Designed for: NGOs, social organisations and individuals.
Duration: 60 hours over  12 weeks (approximately 5 hours per week)
Online Distance learning course (using Moodle)
Hosted by PI training staff (protection experts with extensive training experience in many countries).



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