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HRC 34: AWID Statement on protecting cultural rights on a basis of equality

Human Rights Council, 34th Session - Statement by the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID)

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HRC 34: AWID Statement on protecting cultural rights on a basis of equality

Human Rights Council, 34th Session - Statement by the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID)

Source: AWID

HRC 34: AWID Statement on protecting cultural rights on a basis of equality

Human Rights Council, 34th Session - Statement by the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID)

Source: AWID

Facing a “global avalanche of hate”: Putting cultural rights and gender justice at the heart of our resistance

In her second report to the Human Rights Council (34th session, March 2017), Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights Karima Bennoune considers how the rise of fundamentalism and extremism represent major threats to human rights worldwide, and calls for a global rights-based response.

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The impact of fundamentalism and extremism on cultural rights

In her second report to the Human Rights Council (34th session, March 2017), Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights Karima Bennoune considers how the rise of fundamentalism and extremism, in diverse forms, represent major threats to human rights worldwide.

The impact of fundamentalism and extremism on cultural rights

In her second report to the Human Rights Council (34th session, March 2017), Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights Karima Bennoune considers how the rise of fundamentalism and extremism, in diverse forms, represent major threats to human rights worldwide.

The impact of fundamentalism and extremism on cultural rights

In her second report to the Human Rights Council (34th session, March 2017), Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights Karima Bennoune considers how the rise of fundamentalism and extremism, in diverse forms, represent major threats to human rights worldwide.

La “ideología de género” y otras barbaridades

Podcast que desde el futuro cuenta qué fue esa invención del fundamentalismo religioso usada para atacar al feminismo a principios del siglo XXI.

Creeping Criminalisation

Mapping of Indonesia’s National Laws and Regional Regulations That Violate Human Rights of Women and LGBTIQ People

Burden of nationalism on Chinese women

Despite enabling some progress in terms of gender equality, nationalism ultimately marginalizes women whose needs are not compatible with the high degree of unity required for government control in China. Gender equality is not just about enhancing women’s status as a whole, but also respecting women as individual citizens and accepting they have different needs based on their socioeconomic backgrounds.

Source: Francesca Chiu