GSP Recommends: Issue 97
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The climate summit COP26 was accompanied by protests by social movements, with demonstrators arriving in Glasgow from all over the world and expressing themselves in their own language or dressing up as dinosaurs to symbolize their criticism. But government delegates did not listen to their demands for ambitious and fair action to contain the global warming crisis. CREDIT: Laura Quiñones/UN
On our desk
Women's Freedoms of Opinion & Expression Suppressed - Special Rapporteur Report (Read) #MissingVoicesCO P26 – Challenges of Rules & Restrictions for Women from the Global South (Read) Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp changed the world – and my life (Read) COP26 – Indigenous-Led Action for Missing & Murdered Women & Girls (Read) What Do We Know About State-Civil Society Engagement for Women, Peace and Security in the UN Security Council? (Read) Reports and Studies Women on the Front Line: Healing the Earth, Seeking Justice (Read) Feminist Action for Climate Justice (Read)
News from around the world Bahrain - How Women Brought Citizenship Discrimination to the Mainstream & Multigenerational Digital Discourse (Read) As Colombia’s Peace Crumbles, Female Guerrillas Wonder What’s Left for Them (Read) Iran - Clerical Regime Increases Violence against Iranian Women - More Arrests, Detentions, Executions (Read) Yemen - The Faces of Young Girls in the World's Worst Humanitarian Crisis (Read) Towards Comprehensive Law for Combating VAWG in the South Mediterranean (Read) Caught between rigid beliefs and toxic masculinity: Women in northwestern Syria (Read) Poland’s Abortion Ban Protests Changed the Country Forever (Read) Afghanistan: A Way Forward for Women and Girls (Read)