Achieving Women’s Economic and Social Rights: Strategies and Lessons from Experience

This paper synthesizes and analyzes some of the learnings and strategies that have emerged from our advocacy around economic, social and cultural rights.

We, the Women: The United Nations, Feminism and Economic Justice

This paper aims to contribute to the debate around internationally agreed development and human rights goals not being met, what this implies for economic justice and women's engagement with the UN, and about the role of the UN.

Gender Equality and New Technologies: Nanotechnology

This fact sheet explains the meaning of 'nanotechnology', explores its potential promises and risks, some of the reasons it matters for gender equality and identify ways it can be addressed. 

Feminist Perspectives towards Transforming Economic Power: Food Sovereignty

This publication presents an analysis of the current debates about food sovereignty from a gender perspective, in which the international and Latin American peasant women movement have played a central role.

Re-envisioning Development, Exploring Alternative Constructions Across the Globe

This series of articles contribute to an examination of new paths that challenge the mainstream development model, built from the work, analysis, and visions of feminist and women's rights movements and activists, as well as providing examples from India, Indonesia, Kenya, and the Middle East.

Diverse development models and strategies revisited

This collection of articles aims to provoke further analysis on other ways to think about development and organization of the economy.

Impacts of the Global Financial Crisis on Women’s Rights: Sub regional perspectives

This series presents different sub-regional perspectives on the impacts of the global financial crisis on women’s rights.

Implementing the Paris Declaration: Implications for the Promotion of Women’s Rights and Gender Equality

This paper provides an in-depth analysis of the issues related to gender equality in the aid effectiveness agenda.

Development Cooperation and Women's Rights Series

This series of primers shares information, analysis and proposals needed to support women’s right activists in contributing to a comprehensive, balanced, and inclusive approach to reforming aid so that it reaches the people who need it most.

Development Cooperation Beyond the Aid Effectiveness Paradigm: A women’s rights perspective

This discussion paper unpacks how women’s rights advocates envision a development cooperation framework that takes into account gender equality and women's rights and that is truly inclusive, sustainable and just.