For Immediate Release: International Women's Day; Hybrid physical-virtual portals at CSW67
Joint civil society statement on Abortion at the 51st session of the Human Rights Council
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HRC51 Joint Statement: Biennial panel discussion on the right to development
“Bigger than BlackRock: Challenging UN Corporate Partnerships”
Key reports & resolutions at the 51st Session of the Human Rights Council
Appeal for letters - solidarity with women wrongly imprisoned in El Salvador
This is a really historic opportunity for meaningful cross-border solidarity: the first case on the criminalization of abortion that comes before the Inter-American Human Rights Court.
We know that anti-rights actors are likely to flood the Court with their own opinions. We hope you'll make your voice heard in support of women's rights.
Feminist Groups Reject State Attempts to Roll-back on Gender Justice at HRC50
This joint statement was released jointly by the Center for Reproductive Rights (CRR), the Sexual Rights Initiative (SRI) and the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID) in response to the hostile amendments by states during the adoption of the Resolution on the Elimination of all forms of discrimination against women and girls at the 50th Session of the Human Rights Council.
At the UN, states and anti-rights actors join forces to push back against gender justice
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The UN Human Rights Council (HRC) has long been a space for civil society to hold states accountable for human rights violations. However, it has recently become fertile ground for a host of vested interests intent on pushing back rights, particularly around gender and sexuality. At the most recent session last month, we witnessed some states in thrall to the priorities of multinational corporations and others pushing anti-rights language.