GSP Recommends: Issue 111
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Women from various feminist, youth and civil society groups gathered in the central Plaza San Martin in Lima and marched several blocks demanding justice and protesting impunity for violence against women, on Nov. 25, 2020. CREDIT: Mariela Jara/IPS
On our desk The case for a feminist foreign policy (Read)In a World Increasingly Defined By Crises, We Need Women’s Leadership Like Never Before (Read) Violence Against Women in Politics (Read) UN General Assembly Adopts Resolution to Uphold Rights of Widows (Read) How Gender Inequality & Climate Change Are Interconnected (Read) Crises Multiply Threats: Women Are the Solution Multipliers (Read) Why Is Peacemaking Left Almost Entirely to Men? (Read) Reports and Studies Guide to Strengthening Gender Integration in Climate Finance Projects (Read) Toward a Gender-Transformative Agenda for Climate & Environmental Action (Read) Women Human Rights Defenders in the Middle East & North Africa: Unfinished Revolution (Read) Important Step Toward Justice in DR Congo? (Read) State of the World's Indigenous Peoples - Rights to Lands, Territories & Resources - Gender (Read) Tackling Violence against Women and Girls in the Context of Climate Change (Read) Lessons for a Feminist COVID-19 Economic Recovery: Multi-Country Perspectives (Read) News from around the world
Another deeply gendered war is being waged in Ukraine (Read)The Afghan Taliban and the Erosion of Women’s Rights (Read)From Truth to Justice in The Gambia (Read)Overshadowed by the Ukraine War, Yemen Is on the Brink (Read) What Germany’s turning point means for its feminist foreign policy (Read)