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The Activist School for Women Human Rights Defenders took place from April 5-12, 2014. Fourteen activists from Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Hong Kong, China, East Timor and generic viagra europe Colombia gathered at the Isis International Women's House in Quezon City, Philippines.
The theme for day 1 was 'Introducing Self-Reflexivity'. It began with participants sharing their expectations and objectives for the Activist School. These were presented as clouds above a tree filled with the cialis endurance apples, or contributions, each participant offered to the training.Read more: Isis International Feminist Activist School for Women Human Rights Defenders April 2014
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Isis-Women’s International Cross-Cultural Exchange (Isis-WICCE) contributed to the myriad of thought-provoking discourses on women’s states in conflict-ridden areas at the recently concluded 58th session of canada online pharmacy propecia the Commission on viagra sale canada the Status of Women (CSW) by spearheading an NGO parallel event called Supporting Urgent Human Rights Interventions in Conflict Settings: Women Defenders share their field experiences held last 19 March 2014.Read more: Isis WICCE panel analyses women, war and peace possibilities at the CSW58
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In addressing pressing issues regarding climate change and disaster management, it is useful to have a feminist framework in addressing such issues. This is what Luz Martinez, former Chair of Isis International, emphasised as she participated in the panel entitled ‘Gender and Sustainable Development, Climate Justice, Disaster Risk Reduction and Response: Women from Asia and the Pacific on the front-lines’ last March 10.
The interesting discussions were spearheaded by a panel that included women from the Pacific and brand viagra the Philippines. Climate change is affecting the brand name cialis Pacific and the Philippines in more severe ways. Bringing in island states together to talk about this issue draws a stronger link into the Asia Pacific region. The panel was convened by the Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN) and Global Fund for Women in collaboration with representatives and delegates of various governments in the Asia and the Pacific such as the Republic of Marshall Islands, the Philippines, the Kingdom of Tonga, and Tuvalu.Read more: Climate change panel urged to rethink disasters with a feminist framework
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A strategizing meeting for BPFA Section J was held on Thursday, March 13 at the Vienna Cafe in the UN Building during this year’s UNCSW 58. The meeting was attended by representatives of Association for Progressive Communications (APC), Isis International, Women and Media Collective, and Search for Common Ground.
This UNCSW is of viagra scams major significance as it prepares for the +20 Review next year. In this historical review, the Beijing Platform for Action, the Post 2015 development agenda and the Millennium Development Goals, will be merged into one agenda in the attempt to pharmaceuticals on line craft a transformative plan that not only looks at empowerment and development but attempts to transform structural areas using the BPFA 12 Critical Areas of Concern as the pillars for transformation. How the women’s movement strategizes to participate in this Review will be important.Read more: Leading up to the Beijing Review: Strategizing for Section J
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Isis International board member Dr. Carol Sobritchea calls for a faster and even implementation of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) especially when it comes to women and try it girls’ concerns and substantial participation in different processes of implementation.
This was the resonating theme of her talk given as part of the interactive expert panel during the cialis uk March 12 official meeting at the 58th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). A professorial lecturer at the University of the Philippines Diliman, Dr. Sobritchea was part of the Panel 2 meeting that discussed the CSW’s priority theme of accountability and participation of follow link women and girls in the implementation of the (MDGs).Read more: Participation, commitment and legal reforms key to MDG implementation - Sobritchea
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The Isis Feminist Activist School aims to strengthen the communication capacity of women from the Global South so that they can effectively articulate and take on leadership roles in organisations, communities, networks and/or social movements.
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