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New Actors, New Money, New Conversations

This report contributes to filling a gap in understanding the current landscape of the corporate sector and other actors that are new to supporting women and girls, and the role they are playing in shaping related funding discourse and practice.

Watering the Leaves, Starving the Roots

This report provides the latest analysis on the funding trends impacting women’s rights organizing and the financial status of women’s organizations around the world.

Watering the Leaves, Starving the Roots

This report provides the latest analysis on the funding trends impacting women’s rights organizing and the financial status of women’s organizations around the world.

Watering the Leaves, Starving the Roots

This report provides the latest analysis on the funding trends impacting women’s rights organizing and the financial status of women’s organizations around the world.

What kind of a Post-2015 development framework will bring about the real change we need?: AWID reports on CSO side event

The side event "What kind of a Post-2015 development framework will bring about the real change we need?" was co-organized by CIDSE, the Global Policy Forum, and Social Watch on the opening of the UN General Assembly in New York on 23rd September 2013 to identify gaps in the official Post-2015 agenda when held against the views and aspirations expressed by civil society. AWID reports on the discussions that took place including on alternatives that could make a vision of greater justice and equity a reality.

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Reflections towards a post-2015 development agenda

This paper presents AWID’s analysis of the post-2015 High Level Panel (HLP) report and reflections for the post-2015 development agenda moving forward.

Sequesters, Cliffs and Cuts: A Women’s Rights Perspective on U.S. Federal Budget Negotiations

FRIDAY FILE - Deciphering U.S. federal budget negotiating -- let alone from a gender perspective -- is no easy task. Fortunately several women’s rights organizations are doing just that. AWID interviewed Joan Entmacher of the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) and Radhika Balakrishnan of the Center for Women’s Global Leadership (CWGL) at Rutgers University to help us unpack the rhetoric and decode what U.S. federal budget negotiations mean for women’s rights.

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Sequesters, Cliffs and Cuts: A Women’s Rights Perspective on U.S. Federal Budget Negotiations

FRIDAY FILE - Deciphering U.S. federal budget negotiating -- let alone from a gender perspective -- is no easy task. Fortunately several women’s rights organizations are doing just that. AWID interviewed Joan Entmacher of the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) and Radhika Balakrishnan of the Center for Women’s Global Leadership (CWGL) at Rutgers University to help us unpack the rhetoric and decode what U.S. federal budget negotiations mean for women’s rights.

Source: AWID

Sequesters, Cliffs and Cuts: A Women’s Rights Perspective on U.S. Federal Budget Negotiations

FRIDAY FILE - Deciphering U.S. federal budget negotiating -- let alone from a gender perspective -- is no easy task. Fortunately several women’s rights organizations are doing just that. AWID interviewed Joan Entmacher of the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) and Radhika Balakrishnan of the Center for Women’s Global Leadership (CWGL) at Rutgers University to help us unpack the rhetoric and decode what U.S. federal budget negotiations mean for women’s rights.

Source: AWID

The Power of Investing in Women’s Rights and Empowerment: A Mid-term Summary of the MDG3 Fund and its Gender Equality Outcomes

This brief shares an assessment of the Dutch MDG3 Fund, highlighting the mid-term outcomes of grants made to a sample of women's organizations worldwide.