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Руководство По Составлению Теневых Докладов О Правах Секс-работников В Клдж

October 2021

Eleven-page PDF which aims to provide guidance to NGOs engaging with the CEDAW review process and providing alternative information to the CEDAW Committee on the theme of rights of sex workers. Russian translation provided by Sex Workers’ Rights Advocacy Network (SWAN). Also available in English.

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Rights at Risk: Observatory on the Universality of Rights Trends Report

June 2021

A collaborative effort of the Observatory on the Universality of Rights (OURs) initiative, this report illuminates recent developments in anti-rights trends and discourses in the multilateral system, providing additional context analysis, and extending to analyse anti-rights trends in regional human rights systems. It brings together thorough research, analysis, and expertise of the diverse OURs members. […]

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TB-Net Statement at the 33rd Meeting of Chairpersons of the Human Rights Treaty Bodies

June 2021

This joint statement on behalf of the seven organisations which form TB-Net was delivered at the 33rd Meeting of Chairpersons of the Human Rights Treaty Bodies held on 7-11 June 2021. PDF | Word

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CEDAW Demystified: State Obligation

May 2021

The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) is one of the most broadly endorsed human rights treaties in the world. Our animated explainer discusses CEDAW’s principle of state obligation, with examples focusing on the Global South. With thanks to Lilly Etzenbach and Emilia Dominguez for translation of subtitles. Duration: […]

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Statement on Ensuring Protection of Rights of Sex Workers as Vulnerable Workers and Rights-Holders in the Global Economy

May 2021

Published jointly with the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP), this statement provides supplemental information about the rights of sex workers within the context of UNGPs implementation. PDF | Word

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CEDAW Demystified: Non-Discrimination

April 2021

The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) is one of the most broadly endorsed human rights treaties in the world. Our animated explainer discusses CEDAW’s principle of non-discrimination, with examples focusing on the Global South. With thanks to Lilly Etzenbach and Emilia Dominguez for French and Spanish subtitles. Duration: […]

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CEDAW Demystified: Substantive Equality

April 2021

The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) is one of the most broadly endorsed human rights treaties in the world. Our animated explainer discusses CEDAW’s principle of substantive equality, with examples focusing on the Global South. With thanks to Lilly Etzenbach and Emilia Dominguez for French and Spanish subtitles. […]

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How to Protect Every Child’s Right to a Nationality

April 2021

Organised by the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion, with the Centre for Civil and Political Rights, Child Rights Connect, TB-Net and IWRAW Asia Pacific, this webinar featured UN Human Rights Committee member Shuichi Furuya, CEDAW Committee member Elgun Safarov, CRC Committee member Benyam Dawit Mezmur and CMW Committee member Álvaro Botero. The UN Human Rights […]

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Intentional Intersectionality in the Fight against Climate Change

April 2021

Organised by IWRAW Asia Pacific, this session at the Global Just Recovery Gathering invited participants to analyse and document the impacts of climate change on their multiple lived realities and work collectively to find ways these can be mitigated through an intentionally intersectional approach. The session is also intended to contribute to filling the knowledge […]

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Joint Submission on Gender Theory to the UN Independent Expert on Protection against Violence and Discrimination based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

March 2021

Submitted jointly with CREA, Amnesty International and the Global Health Justice Partnership of Yale Law School and the Yale School of Public Health, this response to the UN Independent Expert’s call for input discusses the use of ‘gender ideology’ narratives to restrict rights and block progressive developments, with examples from around the world. Nine pages […]

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