WECF Director Sascha Gabizon in the Guardian
Gabizon expresses concern that UKís wish to reduce the scope of the sustainable development agenda will threaten the commitments for women empowerment
The UNís Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of 17 global goals that will shape the development agenda for the next 15 years. This draft set of SDGs is the result of 18 months of discussions by an Open Working Group (OWG) of 70 countries. It was formally presented to the UN General Assembly in September 2014. The British government stated it wants no more than 12 goals and it opposes the specific goal on inequality. WECF director Sascha Gabizon expresses her concern in the Guardian, worrying that reopening negotiations will threaten crucial commitments for gender equality. Read the full article of the Guardian here.
The 62nd Commission on the Status of Women
Worldwide representatives and officials gathered at the United Nations headquarters in New York City to discuss the matters of women and sustainability
Petition: calling for international solidarity to support environmental defenders Victoria Tauli-Corpuz & Joan Carling
Feminists Condemn Philippines President Duterteís Accusation of Activists and Indigenous People Leaders as Terrorists
Using community-based data monitoring to track gender equality realities on the ground
New York: Official Side Event to CSW62
Implementing Agenda 2030 in Georgia: Where Are We Now?
WECF organised with Georgian government and the UN a workshop on the Sustainable Development Goals in Tbilisi, 19-21 February 2018
22.02.2018 | Tbilisi, Georgia