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.
Tuesday, February 28, starting at 6pm at Australia-Pacific Performance Space (USP Laucala Campus), Suva.
Speakers: Gita Sen (DAWN), Maureen Penjueli (PANG), Vijay Naidu (USP) and María Graciela (DAWN). Moderator: Prof. Paul Carnegie (Head of Governance program, USP)
Para nuestros amigos de habla hispana...
The Español version of the Summary of Social Contacts (Resumen de Refundando los contratos sociales: Feministas en un mundo feroz) is now available as a PDF for download.
Geneva, 26 Oct (Kanaga Raja) -- A global alliance of civil society organisations (CSOs) and networks on 24 October presented a report assessing the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, as well as highlighting some of...
In its ruling the Human Rights Committee held that by prohibiting and criminalizing abortion, and thereby preventing Ms. Mellet from accessing abortion services in Ireland, the state subjected her to severe emotional and mental pain and...
A discussion inspired by UN Women’s recent flagship report, Progress of the World's Women 2015-2016: Transforming Economies, Realizing Rights. Shahrashoub Razavi (UN Women), Gita Sen (Harvard School of Public Health), Nancy Folbre (UMass Amherst, emerita) and Janet Gornick (Graduate Center, LIS)
DAWN has released a new eBook: "Linking Gender, Economic and Ecological Justice: feminist perspectives from Latin America / Vinculando la justicia de género, económica y ecológica: perspectivas feministas desde América Latina".