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Women and Global Migration Caucus advocacy document for the UN High Level Dialogue on Migration and Development

This document is the outcome of a truly global effort—thanks to all of you who participated!  It is meant to  be used as a tool for conversations with your government representatives who will be preparing speeches and round-table interventions for the UN High Level Dialogue on Migration and Development (3-4 October, NYC).  Please share the document with them and lift up key concerns prior to the HLD in October. 


New Conceptual Framework Linking Family Planning and Human Rights

EngenderHealth and the Futures Group are pleased to announce their joint publication of a new framework, Voluntary Family Planning Programs that Respect, Protect, and Fulfill Human Rights: A Conceptual Framework, which presents a practical approach for voluntary family planning programs to respect, protect, and fulfill human rights as they set out to improve health and achieve ambitious family planning goals.


Gender Equality & Climate Change: NEW Compilation of Decision Text in the UNFCCC

WEDO in partnership with the Global Gender and Climate Alliance and the UNFCCC Secretariat, has compiled the gender-responsive language from all agreements in the history of the UNFCCC, in the latest publication, Gender Equality and The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change: A Compilation of Decision Text.


Renewing strategies for economic and social justice: summary report of Vienna@20 meeting, Geneva, May 2013

CESR is pleased to release a short summary that captures the reflections and views on these questions shared at ‘Vienna at 20: Renewing strategies for economic and social justice’, a meeting CESR co-hosted in Geneva on May 29 and 30 with the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights and the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. 


Female Condoms Product Brief

Developed by the Universal Access to Female Condoms (UAFC) Joint Programme, the brief provides useful information on female condoms.


Voluntary Family Planning Programs that Respect, Protect, and Fulfill Human Rights: A Conceptual Framework

Scaling up access to family planning services over the next decade to reach national and global goals will take the combined efforts of governments; donors; and family planning, human rights, and women’s health advocates.Voluntary Family Planning Programs that Respect, Protect, and Fulfill Human Rights: A Conceptual Framework presents a practical approach for realizing human rights as part of voluntary, high-quality family planning programming.


Sudan: Victims and Heroes: Nuba Women Struggle in Two Years of War

This report is collaboration work between Arry Organization for Human rights and Nuba Women Activists.


Sex Worker Rights: (almost) everything you wanted to know but were too afraid to ask

This resource is a briefing on why the organisation - the American Jewish World Service - fund sex worker rights organisations, but it is also a very effective introduction to the concept of sex worker rights, and the sex worker rights movement. It disccuses who sex workers are, and what is sex work, the rights of sex workers in places where sex work is illegal, and introduces a rights-based approach.


Report: Victims and Heroes: Nuba Women Struggle in Two Years of War

Nuba women struggle with the current war took several forms. There is the day by day struggle of Nuba women inside the conflict areas, where women living in caves and feeding their children insects and trees leaves, while risking their lives to take long juornies to search for clean water and fire woods, the other struggle is the brave journey Nuba women take to the refugees camps to South Sudan , searching for security and food, which put those women in serious dangers of being killed either by the wild animals in the roads or the government bombing. 


Video: Indigenous Women's Global Leadership School

The video documents a group of 23 indigenous women leaders from different regions of the world who strengthened their knowledge on Indigenous Peoples and Women Human Rights instruments. 



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