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Leaders for change: why support women’s rights organisations?

Examples of the essential roles that women’s rights organisations are playing in advancing women’s rights around the world, based on existing research and the learning of Womankind’s partners.


Advancing the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda

Thank you very much for your interest in the conference ADVANCING THE POST-2015 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AGENDA which took place in Bonn from 20 to 22 March 2013. We would like to inform you that all outcome documentation is available on the World We Want platform.


ESCR-Net announces two new resources on Women's ESC rights

Both documents are the result of a collective work of the WG and we have now in front of us the important task of using and disseminating them widely within networks and friends.


Multimedia training kit on human rights and the internet

The training kit, developed in the context of the Internet Rights are Human Rights project, is composed of modules concerned with the relationship between human rights, information and communications technologies (ICTs) and the internet.


Born Free and Equal

Born Free and Equal sets out the source and scope of some of the core legal obligations that States have to protect the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.


The Bonds of Love at 25: A Collection of Essays

It is almost 25 years since Jessica Benjamin's seminal book, The Bonds of Love, came out. On the occasion of this anniversary, Studies in Gender and Sexuality has dedicated two special issues to exploring how this important book impacted, and continues to inspire contemporary psychoanalysis. 


Women's rights and the right to food

The UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food, Olivier De Schutter, recently submitted a report on “Women’s rights and the right to food” to the Human Rights Council.


A Women’s Guide to Security Sector Reform

A Women’s Guide to Security Sector Reform seeks to encourage and empower women to take part in shaping and transforming the security sector in their communities and countries. Even if they have not formally studied security, women often have essential knowledge of community security needs, and have an important contribution to make to security sector reform (SSR).


IDeA Debate Articles 2

Re-envisioning Development, Exploring Alternative Constructions Across the Globe Debates from the 2012 AWID Forum.



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