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- DocumentInternational Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission, 2010How can the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) be utilised as a mechanism to redress discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity? Since the adoption of CEDAW 30 years ago, a strategy to expand rights related to sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression has developed.Document
Creating a conducive learning environment for girls in schools: a trainers’ manual for preventing sexualised violence against girls in schoolsAction For Development, 2010Widespread violations are being committed against female students in Ugandan schools (including rape, defilement and sexual harassment); yet these cases often go unreported. This is a step-by-step teacher training manual for preventing and managing sexualised violence against girls in schools.DocumentKnowledge for Health, 2010Did you ever want to have a resource on gender and health that brings together practical resources for gender integration and mainstreaming in health policies, programs, and institutions? This unique toolkit does just that. It is an interactive website designed to be a companion to the main Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG) website.DocumentUnited Nations Development Programme, 2009Poor women’s limited access to resources, restricted rights, limited mobility and muted voice in shaping decisions make them highly vulnerable to climate change. This guide aims to inform practitioners and policy makers of the linkages between gender equality and climate change and their importance in relation to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals.Document
The IASC gender handbook for humanitarian action: women, girls, boys and men - different needs and equal opportunitiesUnited Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, 2006In the rush to provide humanitarian response when a disaster hits or a conflict erupts, paying specific attention to gender issues may seem irrelevant.Document
Our rights are not optional: advocating for the implementation of CEDAW through its Optional ProtocolInternational Women's Rights Action Watch - Asia Pacific, 2008The Optional Protocol of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (OP-CEDAW) can help ensure that State Parties to CEDAW are accountable for its implementation. This publication aims to strengthen existing efforts around the ratification and effective use of the OP-CEDAW at the national level.Document
The power to change: how to set up and run support groups for victims and survivors of domestic violenceWomen's Aid, 2009When working with survivors of domesitc violence, it is important to deal with the many social issues surrounding abuse, rather than concentrating solely on the personal difficulties of the victim.Document
Participatory gender analysis: a tool to promote gender equity within the Union Parishad in BangladeshIntercooperation Bangladesh, 2009These guidelines have been prepared as a tool for conducting participatory discussion and analysis on the social position and condition of men and women within the context of the Union Parishad (UP) regional structure in Bangladesh.DocumentMEASURE Evaluation, 2008Over the past two decades violence against women and girls (VAW/G) has been put on the map as a critical issue to be addressed in the international arena.DocumentHunt Alternatives Fund, 2009Involvement of women in peace processes brings skills, attributes, and perspectives to government processes. Post conflict governments that have involved women have tended to build governance systems which are stable and transparent.