’Systematic networking is a key to successsful ensuring female migrant and refugee rights’: conclusions from the workshop by WIDE+ members in Sweden

Participants left with many new insights and connections the workshop ‘Women’s Voices: Civil society and migrant women’s rights’, organized by WIDE+ member  GADIP in collaboration with Fisofa held at 29 May, in Gothenburg, Sweden. It has achieved its objectives: to raise and discuss good ideas and experiences; to spread these to other organisations and countries; and thus, … Continue reading ’Systematic networking is a key to successsful ensuring female migrant and refugee rights’: conclusions from the workshop by WIDE+ members in Sweden

CONCORD-WIDE+ Joint Position Paper calls on the EU to move beyond voluntary gender articles in EU trade agreements

In this joint position paper "Women's rights and Trade: Time for a Radical Shift”,  CONCORD, the European Confederation for Relief and Development that represents 2.600 NGOs in Europe, with WIDE+ reflect on the recent policy developments to promote women’s rights in EU’s trade policies. It is a step forwards that the European Commission has committed … Continue reading CONCORD-WIDE+ Joint Position Paper calls on the EU to move beyond voluntary gender articles in EU trade agreements

GADIP workshop ‘Women’s Voices: Civil society and migrant women’s rights’, 29 May, Gothenburg, Sweden

WIDE+ Swedish member GADIP,  Gender And Development In Practice, is organising the workshop: 'Women's Voices: Civil society and migrant women’s rights' held at 29 May in Gothenburg together with WIDE+ member Fisofa and partners. This workshop will examine successful and innovative examples of the work women's rights associations do, in particular women migrant and refugee groups and organizations. … Continue reading GADIP workshop ‘Women’s Voices: Civil society and migrant women’s rights’, 29 May, Gothenburg, Sweden

Women’s rights and development associations, including WIDE+, are deeply concerned about the lack of priority to gender equality in the proposed EU Multiannual Financial Framework

WIDE+, Care, DSW, EWL, IPPF European Network, One, Plan International, Kvinna till Kvinna, World Vision and WAGGS are deeply concerned that gender equality is not addressed as a key political priority in the Communication on the Multiannual Financial Framework (2021-2027) released by the European Commission Wednesday 2 May. We call on the European Parliament and the Member … Continue reading Women’s rights and development associations, including WIDE+, are deeply concerned about the lack of priority to gender equality in the proposed EU Multiannual Financial Framework