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Changing World Geopolitics and Global Governance: Making sense of the trends, actors and their implications for women’s rights

Posted in Global Governance on March 11th, 2013 by

Why and how is global governance relevant to women’s rights and why is it so complex and difficult to talk about in the current world reality? With contributions from key leaders and thinkers this in-depth session shared relevant characteristics of the current global context, exploring for example the connections between how growth is defined and […]

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We cannot be free until every one of us is free

Posted in Plenary 1 on October 24th, 2012 by

  The 12th AWID Forum began with a burst of colour in the Haliç Auditorium with 2240 women attending from 140 countries, the majority from the global South and East. Already, in the corridors and gardens of the Congress Centre, the inter-regional dialogue had begun. During the first plenary, there was discussion of the current context […]

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