DAWN Informs is published biannually by Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN) as a networking tool for its members. DAWN is an autonomous inter-regional organization of the South, advocating alternative development processes that emphasize the basic survival needs of of the world’s people, particularly women and children of the South. Scroll down by page for more back issues of DAWN Informs.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 11:25
This issue analyses from many different areas.
  • Private sector, development agenda and women’s human rights: synergies or contradictions?
  • Phambili African Unity, but only for a Continental Free Trade Agreement on African peoples own terms
  • The feminist path in the Social Forum of Resistances: reflections 16 years after the first World Social Forum
  • A Complex Journey: Engaging with Political Restructuring and Social Transformation in Sri Lanka
We give some space to our DAWN alumnae: two graduates of DAWN training institutes write about their passions:
  • Feminism as a strategy of resistance in spaces of social action
  • Renewed alliances between women to fight the HIV and AIDS epidemic
Photos from the DAWN Training Institute held in Sri Lanka in November, 2016, and a report on the Panel Discussion: 'The Rise of Illiberal Democracy and Implications for Social Mobilization' held in Suva, Fiji in February 2017.
Thursday, August 11, 2016 - 16:49
This issue five authors examine the implementation of the Montevideo Consensus.
  • Learning and Reflection on the Montevideo Consensus
  • Implementing the Montevideo Consensus on SRHR
  • Advances and Challenges in Implementing the Montevideo Consensus – experience from Caribbean region
  • Why regional agreements can go further than global ones?
  • Montevideo Consensus: Side Event at CPD49 2016
We give some space to our DAWN alumnae: two graduates of DAWN training institutes write about their passions. 
There are also latest updates on two of our research projects and the PEG team give us a snippet from an upcoming paper being written on Illicit Financial Flows.
Ayesh Imam gives us an excerpt from her Keynote speech at the inaugural joint conference of the American Anthropological Association and African Studies Association “Innovation, transformation and sustainable futures in Africa”.
And photos from a public forum DAWN held in Montevideo in November, 2015 as well as events at CSW60 and CPD49.
Monday, August 31, 2015 - 12:07
DAWN Informs August 2015

This is a Special Issue on Financing for Development which is dedicated in loving memory to Josefa (Gigi) Francisco, the former General Coordinator of DAWN (2008-2014).
It contains the latest information and analysis as well as photos and outlines of DAWN's presence at FfD3.

  • Regressive trends in Financing for Development: The result of unbalanced negotiations
  • Reducing systemic risks, intensifying policy engagement, changing the balance of power
  • The limits to Domestic Resource Mobilization: AAAA failure to set the basis for progressive taxation, international cooperation and productive diversification
  • Favouring the private sector in the Addis Ababa Action Agenda: beyond evidence and human rights
  • A missed opportunity for African Women?
  • Africa Rising: The Cost of Extractivism in Africa
  • Fifteen Years of FFD Advocacy by DAWN

We hope you will find it useful for you analysis and advocacy.

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Tuesday, July 23, 2013 - 15:00
  • Shifting the Debate Around Discussions on Development Agenda Post 2015
  • Philippines' RH Bill Matters to Us All
  • Neo-extractive Realities, Post-Extractivist Futures: Pacific Women and Feminist Development Alternatives
  • Political Transitions Not Always a Positive Experience for Women
Thursday, August 16, 2012 - 14:21

July 2012 Issue of DAWN Informs

Wednesday, May 2, 2012 - 19:18
Friday, July 1, 2011 - 04:00
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Tuesday, December 1, 2009 - 05:00