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    An introduction to advocacy: training guide

    Academy for Educational Development, USA, 2013
    While defining problems and exploring alternative solutions have long been used to promote change, the need for systematic and iterative advocacy in this process has been less well understood. Recently, researchers, managers, NGO personnel, and other concerned groups and individuals have found it necessary to become advocates, but they often have little knowledge of or training in the subject.
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    AWID economic toolbox

    Association for Women's Rights in Development, 2012
    The theme of the 12th AWID International Forum on Women’s Rights and Development, celebrated in Istanbul, Turkey (19-22 April 2012) was ‘transforming economic power to advance women’s rights and justice’.
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    A guide to using the Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa for legal action

    Equality Now, 2011
    Equality Now, on behalf of Solidarity for African Women’s Rights (SOAWR), has published this guide to using the Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa for legal action. The protocol is a supplementary protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights and it came into force in 2005.
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    Mainstreaming a Gender Justice Approach: A manual to support NGOs in self-assessing their gender mainstreaming competence

    Oxfam Novib, 2012
    This manual contains the ingredients for a self-assessment organised in a workshop setting. It is designed to support development organisations in ‘screening’ their gender mainstreaming competence and recognising their potential to move ahead - both in programs and organisations.
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    Handbook on Gender in Parliament (Indonesia)

    United Nations Development Programme, 2012
    Indonesia has a strong commitment towards gender mainstreaming, as committed in the Human Development Goals and Beijing Declaration. It enables the Indonesian Parliament to have more women representatives in the various House bodies. This book illustrates the meaning of a gender perspective and the reason why it is important.
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    Gender-based violence in the world of work: overview and selected annotated bibliography

    International Labour Organization, 2011
    This tool aims to contribute to policy development at national level, especially with entry points for responses and prevention of gender-based violence in the world of work.
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    Gender and disaster risk reduction: a training pack

    Oxfam, 2011
    Understanding how gender relations shape women’s and men’s lives is critical to disaster risk reduction (DRR). This is because women’s and men’s different roles, responsibilities, and access to resources influence how each will be affected by different hazards, and how they will cope with and recover from disaster.
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    Training Guide for Gender and Climate Change Research in Agriculture and Food Security for Rural Development

    Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2012
    Together, both women and men play a significant role in safeguarding food security. It is important to understand their respective roles and responsibilities to ensure that they benefit equally from climate-smart agriculture practices. However, insufficient research has been undertaken to understand how they are adapting to climate change, mitigating emissions and maintaining food security.
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    Understanding and challenging HIV stigma toward entertainment workers: Cambodia edition - toolkit for action

    International Center for Research on Women, USA, 2010
    There is a growing recognition in Cambodia that stigma and discrimination toward entertainment workers (EWs) plays a key role in increasing the vulnerability of EWs to HIV infection.
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    Gender and Disaster Risk Reduction: A training pack

    Oxfam, 2011
    Deepening poverty, environmental degradation, urbanisation, and the effects of climate change are making more women and men vulnerable to disasters than ever before. But some groups within society experience higher levels of vulnerability to the effects of extreme events.

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