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Legal Eye on the ICC eLetter August 2013

In the Legal Eyeyou will find summaries and gender analysis of judicial decisions and other legal developments at the International Criminal Court (ICC), and discussion of legal issues arising from victims' participation before the Court, particularly as these issues relate to the prosecution of gender-based crimes in each of the Situations under investigation by the ICC. 


SOGI UN Database

The SOGI UN Database contains material from the ICJ UN compilations on sexual orientation and gender identity in international human rights law.


Taksim Commune: Gezi Park and the Turkish Uprising

In their latest documentary, Global Uprisings tells the story of the occupation of Gezi Park, its violent eviction, and the mass uprising it sparked.


Training Guide: An Introduction to Advocacy

This training manual has been created specifically for an African audience, including NGOs and community based organizations. It provides tools and information for developing basic skills in advocacy and movement-building. 


Seeing Beyond the State: Grassroots Women's Perspectives on Corruption and Anti-Corruption

The objective of the study was to document grassroots women's perceptions and experiences of corruption in developing countries and bring this to important discourses regarding anti-corruption, gender equality and women's empowerment. 


Our Justice, Our Leadership: The Grassroots Women's Community Justice Guide

This guide is a culmination of four years of work by grassroots women's groups and networks. They have pioneered and tested a series of strategies to promote women's empowerment and protect and safeguard their rights, including the creation of community watch dog groups and community paralegals.


Partners for Prevention - July Newsletter

Welcome to the Partners for Prevention, a UNDP, UNFPA, UN Women and UNV regional joint programme for gender-based violence prevention in Asia and the Pacific, e-newsletter.


Double Stigma: Forced Sterilization of Women Living with HIV in Kenya and Namibia

Despite protective laws and international treaties, the abusive practice of involuntary ster-ilization continues. In thisDiferenTakes, HIV advocate Katelin Wilton looks at how discrimination againstwomen living with HIV in Kenya and Namibia makes them targets for unwanted sterilization and “cash for contraception” schemes. The author calls for recognition of this injustice and for supportive and comprehensive reproductive health services or women living with HIV


Take Action Kit for the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign (2013)

The Center for Women’s Global Leadership (CWGL) is excited to announce the 2013 English version of the 16 Days Campaign Take Action Kit materials is now available on the CWGL 16 Days website. You can also request a hard copy of the Kit, which we will start sending out later in the summer


The iKNOW Politics July 2013 Newsletter

iKNOW Politics is a unique platform on women in politics, designed to connect members and build knowledge through discussion forums, the consolidation of expert responses to member queries, interviews, video testimonials, election talks, polls, an online library, calendar of events and daily news.



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