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10
Jun
From
10 June 2019 to 21 July 2019
Organised byGlobal Campus of Human Rights

All the way through cross-border movements of people, gender is an important factor: it might determine causes and consequences of migration, impact on asylum procedures, and be a key element in human rights violations.

Gaia Balbo uploaded a new Document 31 May 2019

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Elisabetta Cangelosi uploaded a new Document 28 May 2019

This document is one of the several Good Practices produced in the framework of ILC Good Practices Database!

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Woman in Peru
Violence against women takes myriad forms, including domestic, sexual, gender-based, legal, economic and political.
Roser Cabré-Verdiell Surribas posted Information 15 May 2019

Women in five tropical forest countries share their views on how timber trade deals between their countries and the EU could boost gender equity.

Norma Rodríguez

Nicaraguan girl smiling
Women in Nicaragua face high rates of gender-based violence, with 80% of all reported acts of sexual violence being committed against girls. Tackling the problems of gender, from violence to economic exclusion, must start with the acknowledgement of fundamental human rights.
Jennifer Keegan-Buckley posted Information 10 May 2019

A paradigm shift is underway; business as usual is not an option for promoting gender equality.  This was the clear message that emerged from a 2-day workshop held in Rome to prepare the ground for a new joint UN programme on gender transformative approaches to food security, nutrition and agricu

21
May
From
21 May 2019 to 23 May 2019
in (Madagascar)
Organised byInternational Land Coalition (ILC), Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI), the civil society network, le Solidarité des Intervenants sur le Foncier (SIF)

African governments are taking actions to reverse the damages caused by long years of land conflicts and weak tenure systems by working towards developing people centred land reforms. But such systems need to look beyond legal frameworks.

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