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Promoting Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Position paper with a view to the United Nations Special Session on ICPD+20 (22 September 2014).


An enabling environment for human rights defenders

(Geneva) – States should enact specific laws and policies to protect human rights defenders and to provide the basis for a safe and enabling environment for their work, according to a new report by the International Service for Human Rights. 


Making Change Happen Series. Power-Movements-Change: Malawi

This latest publication in the Making Change Happen series features the extraordinary stories of HIV positive Malawian women as they mobilize for decent health care resources.


Innovations in Care - New Oxfam Resources

Who pays for unpaid care work? The Innovations in Care project aims to build solutions to the centuries-old challenge of providing effective care for people whilst also ensuring women's human rights.


Launch of global platform for rights of women in migration

The Women & Global Migration Working Group has launched a platform for the rights of women in migration at the Peoples’ Global Action 2013 addressing the governments gathered for the United Nations High Level Dialogue.


DAWN Launches New Website!

We are happy to announce that starting October 1, 2013, DAWN's new website is now accessible to the public! Simply go to to access our new website!


Colombian indigenous women inform the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) of the multiple forms of discrimination they face

A group of Colombian indigenous women have prepared a shadow report that they will present to the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) during its 56th session, currently underway in Geneva.

World March of Women Newsletter on 9th International Meeting

The decisions made during the World March of  Women 9th International Meeting in São Paulo, Brazil, launched a new cycle - full of challenges - in the history of our movement, now in its adolescence. 


UN Security Council Resolution 2117 (2013)

We are pleased to share with you Resolution 2117 (2013) adopted by the Security Council at its 7036th meeting, on 26 September 2013 which notes the significance of small arms and light weapons as the most frequently used weapons in the majority of recent armed conflicts.


Gender and social movements: Launch of a new Cutting Edge Pack and online multimedia resource

This exciting new resource is the result of a three year collaborative programme involving over 150 activists and scholars from a range of social movements and global regions. It's full of brand new insights, experiences and strategies on the integration of women's rights and gender justice into the external agendas and internal cultures of progressive social justice movements. 



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