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Interactive webinar on “Ending gender-based violence in the world of work”

Gender-based violence remains one of the most tolerated violations of workers’ human rights. Join us for this interactive webinar and learn more about how trade unions, civil society organisations and other allies can work together to end gender based violence in the world of work.

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Interactive webinar on “Ending gender-based violence in the world of work”

Gender-based violence remains one of the most tolerated violations of workers’ human rights. Join us for this interactive webinar and learn more about how trade unions, civil society organisations and other allies can work together to end gender based violence in the world of work.

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Interactive webinar on “Ending gender-based violence in the world of work”

Gender-based violence remains one of the most tolerated violations of workers’ human rights. Join us for this interactive webinar and learn more about how trade unions, civil society organisations and other allies can work together to end gender based violence in the world of work.

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Urge El Salvador legislators to decriminalize abortion

Join the International Campaign for Women's Right to Safe Abortion and Amnesty International to to reject the criminalisation of abortion and protect the health and lives of millions of women in El Salvador. Call on legislators to support the bill in order to respect, protect and fulfil the rights of women and girls.

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Evidence of trauma: the impact of human rights work on advocates

It’s time to think seriously about the effects of trauma on human rights activists. A contribution to the openGlobalRights debate on mental health and well-being in the human rights. 

Source: Open Democracy

On “shrinking space”, a framing paper

This paper attempts to unpacks some of the problems inherent in the ‘shrinking space’ narrative. It also considers who is most affected and why; where the trend is headed; how it relates to the other dominant paradigms of the 21st century; and how progressive social movements may respond.

Break the circle: Gender violence is a world problem

UNI Equal Opportunities Department is launching a new chapter of Break the Circle! Campaign, against gender violence. This time the campaign is focused on a specific aspect of violence at work: sexual harassment.

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Break the circle: Gender violence is a world problem

UNI Equal Opportunities Department is launching a new chapter of Break the Circle! Campaign, against gender violence. This time the campaign is focused on a specific aspect of violence at work: sexual harassment.

Source: UNI Equal Opportunities Read more

Break the circle: Gender violence is a world problem

UNI Equal Opportunities Department is launching a new chapter of Break the Circle! Campaign, against gender violence. This time the campaign is focused on a specific aspect of violence at work: sexual harassment.

Source: UNI Equal Opportunities Read more

Caribbean Unity in support of Tambourine Army activist Latoya Nugent

As concerned members of the Caribbean region and diaspora, we are outraged by the unreasonable and absurd charges of three counts of “malicious communication” under Section 9 (1) of the Cybercrimes Act of 2015 by the Jamaican state towards human rights defender and activist, Latoya Nugent.

Source: AWID and other organizations