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Call for the 2016 Leadership and Governance Coaching Project

The African Women's Development Fund (AWDF) presents the Feminist Leaders and Coaching Project 2016. This coaching project seeks to develop the leadership skills and values of participating CEO s /EDs as well as those in second level management. 

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Small Grants from VGIF

Deadline: 22 July 2016

Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund is currently accepting letters of intent (LOI) for its small grants program. Each grant is for a maximum of USD $7,500 and will be awarded to a women-led organization for programs that empower women and girls.

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Small Grants from VGIF

Deadline: 22 July 2016

Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund is currently accepting letters of intent (LOI) for its small grants program. Each grant is for a maximum of USD $7,500 and will be awarded to a women-led organization for programs that empower women and girls.

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The IMF and Gender Equality: A Critical Analysis

The Bretton Woods Project has published a new briefing providing a critical analysis of the IMF's latest work on gender equality. The briefing argues the sustainability of Fund's new approach to gender equality is in question and reveals that the Fund's analysis so far is limited and inconsistent with the full achievement of gender equality.

Publication "Women's Leadership in Post Conflict Settings

The publication is a synthesis of all the discussions that were part of the Isis-WICCE Think Tanks from 2013 and 2014 held in Uganda, Nairobi and Zimbabwe. These were spaces for dialogue, critical analysis and reflection which provided an opportunity for women in political leadership and other governance spaces to celebrate achievements but also to discuss the challenges that still pose a threat to women's leadership and rights.

Tracking the money for women's economic empowerment: still a drop in the ocean

Women’s economic empowerment – defined as women’s capacity to contribute to and benefit from economic activities on terms which recognise the value of their contribution, respect their dignity and make it possible for them to negotiate a fairer distribution of returns – is a prerequisite for achieving gender equality and building inclusive and prosperous societies.

Decent Work for Homeworkers in Global Supply Chains Platform of Demands

This Platform draws on information gathered from home-based workers over many years. This has been supplemented by research and statistics produced by WIEGO.

Decent Work for Homeworkers in Global Supply Chains Platform of Demands

This Platform draws on information gathered from home-based workers over many years. This has been supplemented by research and statistics produced by WIEGO.

Decent Work for Homeworkers in Global Supply Chains Platform of Demands

This Platform draws on information gathered from home-based workers over many years. This has been supplemented by research and statistics produced by WIEGO.

UNESCO Global Report ‘Re|Shaping Cultural Policies’ 2017: Call for proposals

UNESCO is inviting professional research institutes, companies, individuals or consortiums to submit a proposal for the collection, analysis and visualization of data to be included in the second edition of the UNESCO Global Report on the implementation of the 2005 Convention, to be published in December 2017.

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