Key Regional & Global Advocacy Platforms to Follow/Engage with in March 2019

In March 2019, here  are some key advocacy platforms at regional and global levels that we invite you to follow/ engage with so as to ensure African women’s and girls priorities contribute and influence the outcomes.   11th – 22nd March 2019 63rd UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW63) UN Headquarters, New York […]

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African Women’s Advocacy Position & Policy Recommendations to CSW62

In a bid to strengthen African women’s participation and contribution to the 62nd Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW62), FEMNET and NGO CSW/Africa present the African Women’s Advocacy Position & Policy Recommendations to CSW62 – with key messages to be used to lobby governments prior to and during the CSW62. The […]

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By Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda November is a month of collective local and global reflection about women’s rights, empowerment and equality as we review the Beijing Commitment. I share with you my thoughts and some of the issues that have been sitting in my belly as I reflect on the journey from 1995 to the present. Beijing agenda […]

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FEMNET Update from New York February 28, 2012 56th Session of the CSW Theme: Rural Women’s Empowerment Corruption and Accountability By Esther Mwaura At the 56th session of the CSW, grassroots women have brought to the fore the magnitude and extent of corruption they are experiencing in their communities. With the support of Huairou Commission […]

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FEMNET cordially invites you to A Side Event in the Margins of the 56th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women RURAL WOMEN SPEAK: OUR ROLE IN ERADICATING HUNGER AND POVERTY IN AFRICA Rural women leaders from Cameroon, Kenya, Mozambique and Zimbabwe share perspectives on challenges faced and successful strategies adopted in addressing […]

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FEMNET host Debriefing Meeting Post the 53rd Session of the 2009 CSW For Immediate Release 30th April, 2009 For Immediate Release Women in Africa have for a long time shouldered the responsibilities of providing care and support to their families and communities, in order to build strong families, communities and nations. African women have become […]

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