"Equality: It's All in the Family" - Film screening and panel discussion on family law
Women’s Learning Partnership is hosting a film screening and panel discussion for their new documentary, Equality: It’s All in the Family. The film reveals the ways in which discriminatory family laws—such as those that permit child marriage, favor men in divorce proceedings, or place restrictions on reproductive rights—can perpetuate gender inequality in all parts of the world. Following the screening, expert panelists will share their experiences working towards reform.
HRC36 Panel: We Persist – Using human rights law and standards to advance the right to access safe and legal abortion
The event will highlight the ways in which States, civil society, the UN system, and others can use human rights law and standards to advance the right to access safe and legal abortion. It is intended that this exchange of practices and experiences will inspire further action and collaboration among States, development partners, and civil society towards realising abortion related rights for all.
Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity: Registration is now open!
One of the most ‘diverse gatherings’ in the world encourages and respects voices from “diverse” perspective, including: voices from persons representing all disability areas; experiences of family members and supporters across all disability and diversity areas; responsiveness to diverse cultural and language differences; evidence of researchers and academics studying diversity and disability; stories of persons providing powerful lessons.
Managing Gender-based Violence Programmes in Emergencies
The course by UNFPA targets new or emerging gender-based violence (GBV) specialists as well as humanitarian or development practitioners - and others - who want to increase their knowledge around GBV prevention and response in emergencies.
AWID Webinar on Data, Resources and Women's Rights
On 19 May, we are honored to provide a platform for feminist activists and women's rights advocates to dialogue, reflect and strategize on the role of data on resources and decision-making within women’s movements.
Course: Researching Gender-Based Violence. Methods and Meaning
This course aims to strengthen participants’ knowledge and skills to conduct or commission technically rigorous, ethical and policy- and service-relevant research on various forms of violence against women.
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