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- DocumentGender and HIV/AIDS Web Portal, UNIFEM, 2006This toolkit aims to enable women to explore the issues of HIV/AIDS from the standpoint of personal experiences and to encourage the ownership of the process of engaging with factors which increase their vulnerability to HIV, thereby enhancing the community’s willingness to cope.DocumentInternational Center for Research on Women, USA, 2007Girls who marry as children (younger than 18 years of age) are often more susceptible to the health risks associated with early sexual initiation and childbearing, including HIV and obstetric fistula. Lacking status and power, these girls are often subjected to domestic violence, sexual abuse and social isolation.DocumentUnited Nations Human Settlements Programme, 2008Women and girls make up the majority of the population in most countries, therefore, it can be argued that local democracy, inclusiveness and sustainability can only be achieved when this share of the population has an equal say in the way that cities and municipalities are organized and managed.DocumentUnited Nations [UN] Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women, 2008The Convention on Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) was ratified by the Philippines in 1981. This benchbook seeks to contribute to the clarification of how jurisprudence has helped in the realisation of women’s human rights and how it can further so do, using State obligations under the CEDAW as the standard.DocumentPopulation Council, 2008Women’s heightened vulnerability to HIV is influenced by some of the major inequalities between women and men in various aspects of living.DocumentUnited Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women, 2008Security sector reform (SSR) opens a window of opportunity to transform security policies, institutions and programmes by integrating gender issues. The Gender and Security Sector Reform Toolkit is an initial response to the need for more information and analysis on gender and SSR processes.DocumentUnited Nations [UN] High Commission for Refugees, 2008Today, women and girls everywhere still face greater obstacles claiming and enjoying their rights than do men and boys. Displacement generally exacerbates these inequalities, as does a tendency to focus on human rights abuses in public, rather than private, spheres. Gender inequality is at the heart of sexual and gender-based violence.DocumentGender Links, Johannesburg, 2004How can images be used to challenge gender stereotypes in southern Afirca? This manual aims to provide an insight into gender and photojournalism in Southern Africa. Developed by experts and practitioners in the field and targeted at trainers, the manual contains fifty handouts and a number of exercises, and case examples. Key points highlighted by the manual include:DocumentPopulation Council, 2006Increasing recognition of the influence of norms supporting inequitable gender relations on HIV/STI risk and partner violence has led to the development of innovative programmes aimed at reducing this. This manual is adapted from once such programme, “Program H: Working with Young Men Series”, developed in Brazil by Instituto PROMUNDO.DocumentInternational Labour Organization, 2007A Participatory Gender Audit is a tool and a process, based on participatory approaches, which assesses whether internal practices and systems for gender mainstreaming are effective and whether they are being followed. Participatory gender audits are used at an individual, team and organisational level to promote learning on how to integrate gender concerns throughout an institution.