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Official page around CSW61

UN Women shares different resources around the 61st Commission on the Status of Women and the 2017 theme "Women's Economic Empowerment in the changing world of work".

Official page around CSW61

UN Women shares different resources around the 61st Commission on the Status of Women and the 2017 theme "Women's Economic Empowerment in the changing world of work".

CSW LBTI Caucus

This year's CSW will focus on Women’s economic empowerment in the changing world of work. The CSW LBTI Caucus, a group of Non-Governmental Organizations and advocates, aims to hold governments accountable for ALL women.
 

Letter to the Members of the UN Commission on the Status of Women

Dear Members of the UN Commission on the Status of Women,

Source: AWID and other organizations

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.

Los documentos que se verán en la CSW61

Tribuna Feminista ofrece esta página donde podrás encontrar los distintos documentos que se considerarán durante la CSW61.

Land: A Common Good for Economic Development

In Tanzania, Women's Action Towards Economic Development (WATED) has been working closely with women in rural settings, as well as with the local government on issues concerning land rights and economic justice.

Land: A Common Good for Economic Development

In Tanzania, Women's Action Towards Economic Development (WATED) has been working closely with women in rural settings, as well as with the local government on issues concerning land rights and economic justice.

Land: A Common Good for Economic Development

In Tanzania, Women's Action Towards Economic Development (WATED) has been working closely with women in rural settings, as well as with the local government on issues concerning land rights and economic justice.

Unions are Central to Women’s Economic Empowerment in the Changing World of Work

‘A Woman’s Place is in Her Union!’ - Women’s economic empowerment is key to the realisation of women’s rights, and to achieving a truly gender equal world. It is about far more than women’s ability to participate equally in existing markets or their contribution to economic growth.

Source: The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)