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Discrimination of women in law and practice

Discrimination of women in law and practice
By on 21 August 2015

The 2015 report of the Working Group on Discrimination against Women in Law and Practice is a radical accusation against patriarchy. Human Rights Council resolutions – threaten to undermine international achievements in the field of human rights in the name of cultural and religious diversity.

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IAW on Habitat III: A human rights framework must shape all issue papers

IAW on Habitat III: A human rights framework must shape all issue papers
By on 13 August 2015

Women are key decision-makers concerning economic and social rights related to food security, biodiversity, cultural heritage, migration, energy consumption and family size. They also play critical roles in the use of water, energy and natural resources and finding climate solutions. They have a specific role in the urban ecology as managers of household energy.

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IAW Input to the Post 2015 Development Agenda

IAW Input to the Post 2015 Development Agenda
By on 27 July 2015

The Post 2015 Development Agenda must be based on human rights and ensure that goals and targets are underpinned by the principles of equality and non-discrimination.

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Resolution on the Protection of the Family at the Human Rights Council, 29th Session, Geneva 

By on 29 June 2015

The International Alliance of Women endorses Arrow’s response to Protection of the Family Resolution.

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Cities for CEDAW Campaign

Cities for CEDAW Campaign
By on 21 June 2015

At the Mayors’ Roundtable held on 18 June in San Francisco , Soon-Young Yoon made welcome remarks and talked about the Cities for CEDAW Campaign. It all began in San Francisco, and now other cities are following the example of San Francisco

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Geschlechterrolle -vorwärts

Geschlechterrolle -vorwärts
By on 2 June 2015

Men and women must work together to overcome gender role stereotypes

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