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Call for Papers: Sexuality, sexual rights and sexual politics

This journal issue aims to examine the complex interrelations between sexuality and human rights. We encourage original studies that provide data and contribute to evidence across the spectrum of issues related to sexuality, sexual politics, gender identity and expression, and sexual orientation that can inform policy and practice.

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Call for Nominations: The Womanity Award

The Womanity Award honours innovative and effective solutions focused on the prevention of violence against women by helping expand successful programmes to other countries in the world.

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Join the #May28 International Day of Action for Women’s Health

On May 28 International Day of Action for Women’s Health, women’s rights activists and allies advocate worldwide for women’s comprehensive health and well-being, particularly their unmet sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).

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Call to apply for ECOSOC consultative status

The 1st of June 2015 is the last day for non-governmental organizations to apply for Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) consultative status in order to have an opportunity to take part in UN deliberations.

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Call for Participation: International Women’s Day for Peace & Disarmament

Women have often been at the forefront of peace and disarmament initiatives. With their own unique experience and analysis of armed conflict, they have been dedicated to building a culture of peace within their communities, countries and on an international level. Women are working for peace in many ways, but this rarely gets the attention and focus it deserves.

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Call for applications to the Maypol Fund

Funding is available for: imaginative, non-violent and politically expressive projects. We welcome applications from women for projects and activities that meet the following aims of The Maypole Fund:

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Call for applications to the Maypol Fund

Funding is available for: imaginative, non-violent and politically expressive projects. We welcome applications from women for projects and activities that meet the following aims of The Maypole Fund:

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Support Nepali Women through the WOCAN Women's Relief and Recovery Fund

Women Organizing for Change in Agriculture & Natural Resource Management (WOCAN) is deeply saddened by the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal on 25 April 2015. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those impacted by this disaster and their families, including those of our colleagues and partners.

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Apply for the Trust Women Hero Award

The Trust Women Awards honour people who work to raise awareness and provide real solutions to challenges faced by women around the world.

The Thomson Reuters Foundation is seeking nominations from the public, and candidates will be judged on their leadership and the impact of their work.

See the Thomson Reuters Foundation website for complete details

Nominations are due by 26 June 2015.

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Deadline Extended! Call for Participation: 13th AWID International Forum on Women's Rights and Development

Proposal deadline extended to 3 July 2015! 

At a time of increased global repression and the attempted silencing of progressive voices, the 2016 Forum of the Association for Women’s Rights in Development is a space for feminist voices and our allies to imagine futures free from gendered oppressions, racial, ethnic, and economic injustice, environmental degradation, and war and violence, to renew solidarities and advance concrete joint action agendas. 

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