GADN briefing paper “Unpaid care: a priority for the post-2015 development goals and beyond”

The Gender and Development Network (GADN), a WIDE+ member, published in the second part of 2014 a briefing paper on unpaid care. While it suggests that the current wording of the proposed target could be improved, the recognition of unpaid care in this global development agenda would in itself represent an important advance, and therefore our main concern is to preserve its inclusion.

They also published a briefing paper UNGA Review event on the all to action on violence against women and girls in emergencies (see

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