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Intersectional Feminism and the ‘War on Drugs’

August 2020

In collaboration with IDPC Asia, IWRAW Asia Pacific hosted a tweet chat on women and drug policy, featuring NGOs and experts with particular focus on South and Southeast Asia. The discussion has been compiled into a Twitter Moment for easy reading.

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The Struggle for Sex Workers’ Rights

November 2019

IWRAW Asia Pacific worked with the Coalition for Sex and Bodily Rights in Muslim Societies (CSBR) to coordinate a tweet chat on sex workers’ rights in the Global South. The discussion has been compiled into a Twitter Moment for easy reading.

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CEDAW Impact Collection


Literature collection documenting use of CEDAW in different countries around the world, compiled by Susanne Zwingel with support from Florida International University students and staff. Users are invited to suggest additional sources for inclusion in the collection.

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Abortion Rights and CEDAW


ZIP file comprising ten infographics relating to abortion rights and CEDAW.

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Outcome Document of the 2017 Global South Women’s Forum On Sustainable Development


29-page outcome document, in PDF format, of the 2nd Annual Global South Women’s Forum on Sustainable Development. The document draws on the insights of the participants, united by two fundamental convictions: firstly, that gender equality should be integrated, interlinked and indivisible both in human rights and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); and secondly, that in […]

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Unzipping CEDAW: A Guide to the Rights of Key Affected Women and Girls


Unzip the Lips’ 12-page guide in PDF format outlines why and how to engage with CEDAW to further the sexual and reproductive health and rights of key affected women and girls, including use of CEDAW to advance the rights of trans people, sex workers, and other marginalised groups.

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Reclaiming & Redefining Rights: Analysing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights under CEDAW


Written by Amy Lynne Locklear and Sunila Abeysekera, this guide was published by the Asian-Pacific Resource & Research Centre for Women (ARROW) with input from IWRAW Asia Pacific.

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