Equal Rights – Equal Responsibilities

Margunn Bjørnholt

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Margunn Bjørnholt is a sociologist and a Research Professor at the Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies. She is a former President of IAW's Norwegian affiliate, the Norwegian Association for Women's Rights, a former President of the Norwegian Women's Lobby, and a former IAW board member.

Economy, News

Why the Future of Economics and Economic Development Must Be Feminist

By on 13 March 2015
Why the Future of Economics and Economic Development Must Be Feminist

Side event organized and sponsored by by International Alliance of Women (IAW), during the Commission on the Status of Women, in New York, March 13, 2015. The side-event gathered a panel of feminist economists to reflect on how insights from feminist economics can inform policies and contribute to the realization of women’s social and economic rights.

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Gender responsive budgeting – knowledge production and implementation

By on 10 November 2014
Gender responsive budgeting – knowledge production and implementation

Does the way the government raises and spends money reduce gender equality/leave gender equality the same/increase gender equality? Intervention by Margunn Bjørnholt at the UN ECE NGO Forum in Geneva Nov 3 – 5 2014

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Gender responsive budgeting – knowledge production and implementation

By on 11 August 2014
Gender responsive budgeting – knowledge production and implementation

At the UN ECE NGO Forum, IAW proposes a discussion on why gender responsive budgeting has proved to be a success in some countries and local communities

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