Resource Themes Sustainable Development

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Leaving No One Behind: The Imperative of Inclusive Development in Palestine

July 2018

Report by the General Union of Palestinian Women (GUPW), the Non-Governmental Women Coalition for the Implementation of CEDAW in the Occupied State of Palestine, with support from IWRAW Asia Pacific (IWRAW AP). This 29-page PDF links CEDAW with the Sustainable Development Goals in the Palestinian context.

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2017 Global South Women’s Forum on Sustainable Development

2017

Eleven JPG images calling for a human rights-based approach to sustainable development, covering themes of violence against women, conflict, inclusion, etc.

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A Simple Guide to CEDAW and the SDGs

2017

A short film outlining how CEDAW and the Sustainable Development Goals can work together to advance gender equality. Duration: 13:30 Subtitles: None

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

2017

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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Outcome Document of the 2016 Global South Women’s Forum On Sustainable Development

2017

64-page outcome document, in PDF format, of the inaugural Global South Women’s Forum on Sustainable Development. It records the stories of the lives of women in the Global South, contrasted against the words of the Member States of the United Nations, who promised to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

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Briefing Paper – Women’s Human Rights and Natural Resources

2017

16-page PDF which aims to unpack the gender dimension of natural resource exploitation and focuses on key issues concerning women’s rights to natural resources in the ASEAN context. It also provides analysis of women’s rights to natural resources from the CEDAW and ICESCR perspective.

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Handbook on Women, Development and Access to Justice

2015

78-page PDF resource which explores the use of CEDAW and ICESCR, as well as other policy instruments such as the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, which can be used to strengthen the accountability of states and responsibility of non-state actors on women’s human rights. The handbook documents and collates several tools […]

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