‘One Step Forward, Two Steps Back for Youth Participation at CSW’, says Hannah Gissane from the Equality Rights Alliance.
Register now to attend the Australian National Women’s Alliances-hosted International Engagement Forum and CSW 60 Report Back on 29 April 2016 in Sydney.
Carole Shaw, CEO of JERA International, respected women’s rights advocate, activist, researcher, policy maker and veteran CSW expert, shares reflections on the invaluable spaces that women create at CSW for mobilising, networking, strategising and (re)connecting.
Enhancing the participation of National Human Rights Institutions in the Commission on the Status of Women
The participation of national human rights institutions in UN bodies and processes such as the Commission on the Status of Women contributes to the promotion, protection and realisation of women’s rights and human rights in general, writes Penny Morton.
The Australian Country Statement to the 60th Commission on the Status of Women was delivered by the Australian Ambassador for Women and Girls, Natasha Stott-Despoja AM, on Friday 18 Mach 2016.
Delegate for the International Council of Jewish Women (ICJW) to the 60th Commission on the Status of Women, Dr Jackie King, shares her reflections from CSW 60 Consultation Day and Opening Session.
After over 80 hours of negotiations between Member States at the 60th Commission on the Status of Women, with the critical advice of civil society representatives, the Agreed Conclusions were reached on 24 March 2016. Read below for the complete text of the Agreed Conclusions and the Multi Year Programme of Work.