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Remembering women killed fighting for human rights in 2017

To mark International Women Human Rights Defenders’ Day, we pay tribute to some of the women killed this year because of their activism

Source: The Guardian and AWID

Remembering women killed fighting for human rights in 2017

To mark International Women Human Rights Defenders’ Day, we pay tribute to some of the women killed this year because of their activism

Source: The Guardian and AWID

Co-creating the 2017 WHRD Tribute

Carol Rossetti is a Brazilian artist who has been involved in the creation of the 2017 AWID WHRDs Tribute.

Source: Carol Rossetti

Co-creating the 2017 WHRD Tribute

Carol Rossetti is a Brazilian artist who has been involved in the creation of the 2017 AWID WHRDs Tribute.

Source: Carol Rossetti

Co-creating the 2017 WHRD Tribute

Carol Rossetti is a Brazilian artist who has been involved in the creation of the 2017 AWID WHRDs Tribute.

Source: Carol Rossetti

5 Reasons the work of the Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights matters to feminists

The latest report from UN expert Karima Bennoune is an important building block in the human rights response to fundamentalisms and extremisms, and has special importance for feminists.

Source: AWID

5 Reasons the work of the Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights matters to feminists

The latest report from UN expert Karima Bennoune is an important building block in the human rights response to fundamentalisms and extremisms, and has special importance for feminists.

Source: AWID

5 Reasons the work of the Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights matters to feminists

The latest report from UN expert Karima Bennoune is an important building block in the human rights response to fundamentalisms and extremisms, and has special importance for feminists.

Source: AWID

Young feminists: the future belongs to us, not transnational corporations

Corporate impunity impacts young women and girls disproportionately. Young feminists must join the growing mobilisation for a UN treaty on transnational corporations and human rights.

Source: OpenDemocracy 50.50 / AWID

Young feminists: the future belongs to us, not transnational corporations

Corporate impunity impacts young women and girls disproportionately. Young feminists must join the growing mobilisation for a UN treaty on transnational corporations and human rights.

Source: OpenDemocracy 50.50 / AWID