E-newsletter 2015

FEBRUARY 2015, issue 1

Reports and pictures from Conference ‘Gender@sustainability’ and celebration: A toast to WIDE+’, 31 October, 2014, Switzerland. Inputs, reports and pictures from the conference gender@sustainability are now online together with the evening of celebrating WIDE+: http://www.wide-network.ch/en/Gender_at_Sustainability/conference_documentation.php

The 13th Encuentro Feminista Latinoamericano y del Caribe in Peru, Lima, 22-25 November, 2014 http://wp.me/p2KSLS-Ew

Searching for socio-ecological and socio-economic transformation: a feminist perspective on the 4th De-Growth Conference in Germany, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-EC

The globalization of structural adjustment programmes: Lessons from feminists and women in the Global South. In the recently launched magazine of the EWL, WIDE+ members Patricia Muñoz Cabrera and Virginia López Calvo reflected on the Structural Adjustment programmes: http://wp.me/p2KSLS-ak

News, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-Ek
Recent resources on gender, development and trade, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-En
Financing for Development and the Post-2015 agenda: the past and upcoming processes, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-Ez
WIDE+ undersigns statement against regulatory cooperation in TTIP negotiations, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-F0

MAY, 2015, issue 2

New Book about Male Maternity: review by Caterina Dominici, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-Ed
Gender, Aid Effectivenes and Financing For Development, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-E2

News about EU, trade, development and gender justice, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-Fa
New Publications, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-Eh

Days of Mobilization around EU-Latin America Summit, 8-11 June, 2015, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-DN
CSW 2015 celebrated Beijing+20 with record large participation but limited space for CSOs

WIDE+ joins EWL statement on latest disappointing UN Commission of the Status of Women Declaration
UK: Turning promises into progress for Gender Equality and Women’s and Girls’ Rights, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-F5

The role of TNCs and trade agreements in the recent disaster in Atacama, Chile
Recently, an active WIDE+ member, Patricia Muñoz, visited the Atacama region in Chile, a region devastated by abnormal rain floods and mud avalanches. There she spoke to women from two nodes of La Via Campesina movement: ANAMURI and RATMURI.


Publication with tools on enhancing Economic Literacy by WIDE+ members

Lost opportunities in Addis Ababa – Gender Equality and Women’s Rights Present but not in Depth, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-Fd
Videos of WIDE+ Public Panel on the Women’s Human Rights paradigm

WIDE+ Critical reflections and key recommendations for the World Bank Group’s new Gender Equality strategy, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-EF
Increasing Gains for Women, Not Just the Economy: The UK Gender and Development Network Submission to the World Bank Gender Strategy Consultation, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-Ea

SEPTEMBER 2015, WIDE+ Newsletter 3b

GADN Recommendations to Measuring progress on women’s participation and leadership in the SDGs, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-E6
WIDE Austria Proposes a General Recommendation for CEDAW on gender and development policy: http://wideplus.org/2015/07/10/wide-austria-proposes-a-general-recommendation-for-cedaw-on-development-policy/

Post-oxi great depression in Greece, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-ET
CSOs should take action against WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-DU
News, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-EJ
Resources, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-EM

DECEMBER 2015, issue 4

Women – not GMOs feed the world, by Eva Lachkovics about Vandana Shiva, Indian scholar and environmental activist, explains why women’s traditional knowledge holds the answer to the problem of food security in India. http://wp.me/p2KSLS-Et

WIDE+ Recommendations to UN Human Rights Council on the protection of the family and the contribution of families in realizing the right to and adequate standard of living: http://wp.me/p2KSLS-if

WIDE+ position on the High‐Level Review of SC Resolution 1325 (2000) Open Debate of the Security Council held on October 13, 2015, led by Spain (in English and Spanish): http://wp.me/p2KSLS-i8

WIDE+ intervened during EP INTA meeting on EP study ‘The EU’s trade policy from gender blind to gender sensitive’: http://wideplus.org/2015/09/28/wide-intervention-to-the-study-commissioned-by-the-ep-the-eus-trade-policy-from-gender-blind-to-gender-sensitive-22-september-2015/

WIDE+ together with almost 500 other Civil Society associations expressed alarm over the neo-liberal policies that are being promoted around the Nairobi Ministerial of the World Trade Organization (WTO): http://wp.me/p2KSLS-im
WIDE+ and other CSOs have called for a Climate Agreement that addresses Inequalities and Social Justice: http://wp.me/p2KSLS-is
WIDE Austria partner WoMin fight for gender justice during COP21 and after, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-F3
WIDE+ member news, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-Eq

EU Trade related News and Resources, Newsletter 4, December 2015, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-DZ
News on Gender, Climate change and EU policy, December 2015, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-EP
Review on Sustainable Development Goals, December 2015, http://wp.me/p2KSLS-EX

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