The Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals wants to hear from you - Check out the Open Working Group Focus Area Report and have your say.
Celebrated annually on 8 March, the 2014 theme for International Women’s Day is: “Equality for women is progress for all”.
Women and men experience conflict differently and therefore understand peace differently. Recognizing and integrating these differences into all aspects of UN peace operations, is essential for the success of the UN’s peacekeeping efforts.
A new report by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) presents results from the world’s biggest-ever survey on violence against women, revealing the extent of abuse suffered by women at home, work, in public and online.
From the adoption of an historic agreement to end violence against women to a viral campaign exposing the scope of sexism online, the timeline of 2013 captures select gender equality achievements that have grabbed international headlines and spurred action on the ground.
Now that the eighth and final stocktaking session of the Open Working Group (OWG) on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has taken place, the more ‘friendly’ phase of the post-2015 process seems to have come to an end.
1st of March is Zero Discrimination Day. It is the opportunity to celebrate everyone’s right to live a full and productive life with dignity—no matter what they look like, where they come from or whom they love.
Income inequality is one of the most dramatic and dangerous consequences of our persistent financial crisis. Although not so frequently mentioned, knowledge inequality is also climbing to unprecedented levels, and posing significant risks.
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