Webinar highlights: Corporate power and women's economic justice
On Tuesday 28th February, AWID and the Gender and Development Network (GADN) co-organized a webinar to discuss what kind of transformations we need to make gender, economic and ecological justice a reality and prepare feminist activists for the 61st Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) taking place 13-24 March 2017.
Women’s economic empowerment in the changing world of work. Recommendations to governments
This fact sheet from the Gender & Development Network (GADN) looks at the structural economic barriers to women’s economic empowerment (WEE) and makes recommendations as to what should be included in CSW deliberations.
A Feminist Approach to Canada’s International Assistance
A written submission to the International Assistance Review by Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights, Oxfam Canada and Inter Pares.
A Rights-Based Approach to Development
This primer describes the rights-based approach to development, presents its benefits to the development community, and suggests some ways that it can be used.
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.
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.
Key Demands to the Fourth Forum on Aid Effectiveness
Feminists, gender equality and women’s rights activists and organizations reaffirmed their vision for transformation and offered concrete recommendations for improving the international development cooperation architecture in a set of key demands.