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A collaboration of long-time feminists and young women peace advocates working on the UNSCR 1325 advocacy and social media will share insights and generic cialis in india input at the 58th session of the Commission on purchasing viagra with next day delivery the Status of viagra jelly Women (CSW) to be held at the United Nations (UN) Headquarters in New York, USA from 10-21 March 2014.
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Using case studies from Pakistan, Iran, Indonesia, China, Bangladesh, Israel and India, Sexuality in Muslim Contexts argues that Muslim religious traditions do not necessarily lead to conservative agendas but can promote emancipatory standpoints. This book is one that should be read by all those interested in sexuality, religion, Islam, or gender, writes Olivia Mason. The wide range of case studies make it suitable for both an academic and general audience while the examples make it a stimulating and accessible read.Read more: Book Review: Sexuality in Muslim Contexts: Restrictions and Resistance, edited by Anissa Helie...
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This was the message of a short video clip produced by the participants of the Activist School for young, queer women in Francophone West Africa, «Building Ourselves, Building our Communities», organised in February 2014 in Lomé, Togo by the Queer African Youth Networking Center (QAYN) and Isis International.
Nineteen young queer women from Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon and Togo attended the five day workshop, which took place from February 10 to 14 in Lomé. The main focus of low cost viagra no subscription required the training was on building self-awareness and journaling, community building, facilitative leadership and media for community building. For many it was the first time to attend a workshop specific to queer, young women and the order levitra on line first time to convene and the best site exchange with queer women from different countries.Read more: I am always there for you, but you don't see me!
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The Beijing Platform for Action calls upon the media and governments to ensure that women have equal participation in and access to the media, and to address stereotypical representations of women in the media. However, as the five-yearly Global Media Monitoring Project1 reports show, women's access to the media is progressing at a glacial pace. To help speed progress, UNESCO has joined with civil society organisations to buy cialis in europe launch the Global Alliance on Media and Gender (GAMG) following a three-day forum in Bangkok in December 2013.
The alliance has three objectives, as outlined in the draft framework:
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Joint Statement of Women’s Rights Civil Society Movements at the Asia-Pacific Civil Society Consultation for the 20-Year Review of the Implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action and for the 58th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women
Women’s rights civil society movements from the Asia Pacific region gathered at the United Nations Conference Centre, Bangkok on 10-11 February 2014, call upon our region’s women ministries and officials responsible for Gender Equality, to take this opportunity of the Review of the Implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action (BPFA) and the 58th Session of the Commission of the Status of Women, to advance commitments related to gender equality and women’s and girls’ rights, development and empowerment within a vision of a regional community that enjoy development, economic, social, gender and environmental justice. We remind ourselves that the we choice BPFA drew its mandate and inspiration from earlier global agreements, such as, the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women, International Conference on Population and Development, and Vienna Conference on Human Rights.Read more: Forever Forward, Never Backward
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