Women released last year a report called “Turning promises into actions” Gender equality in the 2030 agenda for Sustainable Development. The report underlines that progress towards meeting the sustainable development goals for women and girls is unacceptably slow and unless progress on gender equality is significantly accelerated the global community will not be able to […]
Although not stated in the call for action, capacity building has to target women specifically, to address the structural, legal, management, and cultural barriers that prevent women from full access to fisheries and resources.
Parties adopted the Gender Action Plan (GAP) to advance gender mainstreaming into all elements of climate action and to support the implementation of gender-related decisions and mandates in the UNFCCC process.
Respecting women’s sexual and reproductive rights and physical integrity, a condition for empowering women in the context of sustainable development
Intervention, by Johanna Manganara, on the right of women to have full control over their bodies, at the workshop, organised by La CLEF ( French Coordination for the European Lobby) , EWL and supported by CNIDFF
There can be no sustainable development without respect for the fundamental rights of individuals, starting with the right of women to exercise free control over their body.
The Sustainable Development Goals are a vast improvement on the Millennium Development Goals, says IAW in its statement for CSW 60
Paris Agreement on Climate Change to be adopted in December 2015 and Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development adopted in September 2015 wil be the basis for the programme