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Webinar summary: Data, Resources and Women’s Rights
On Thursday, 19 May 2016, the Resourcing Women’s Rights team at AWID facilitated a webinar focused on the role data plays in influencing funding and resource availability for women’s rights organizing.
New Publication: Gender, Education and Population Flows
Nordic Council of Ministers published a summary report on knowledge, cross-Nordic experiences and examples from practice covering the existing Nordic research and literature within the field, as well as the experience and professional responses, which were presented during the course of the common dialogue and exchange of experience.
UK campaign to end violence against women must be bolder, says aid watchdog
The UK’s campaign to end violence against women and girls in developing countries has put the issue “firmly on the international agenda” but needs to be far bigger and bolder if it is to have real impact, the independent aid watchdog has warned.Source: Guardian
How do you protect women's rights on a shoestring?
The UK prioritised tackling violence against women in its development work, a move that has helped shift the issue up the international agenda – eliminating all forms of violence is a target within the sustainable development goals...The Independent Commission for Aid Impact (Icai) has released a report examining the Department for International Development’s (DfID) efforts.Source: The Guardian
AWID Webinar on Data, Resources and Women's Rights
On 19 May, we are honored to provide a platform for feminist activists and women's rights advocates to dialogue, reflect and strategize on the role of data on resources and decision-making within women’s movements.
Using adaptive development to support feminist action
New paper on using adaptive development to support feminist action by Tam O'Neil for Overseas Development Institute (ODI).