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December

Women Nobel Peace Laureates 2011 Speak

November

Zanan TV: alternative space of Iranian women’s movement

16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence 2011: What’s Happening Around the World

Reaching Out from Community to Community with the Voice of Empowerment

Giving a voice to the voiceless through community radio

Our Bodies, Ourselves 2011 Edition

October

Afghan Women request your support

Women’s Major Group Statement: Asia Pacific Regional Preparatory Meeting for Rio+20

People's Statement on Sustainable Development and RIO+20

Women Living Under Muslim Laws Statement on Libya

Why We Need to Challenge the Media Status Quo

International Women Activists Inspired by OWS plan intervention in Friday UNSC Debate

Women peace activists call for women’s participation in Libya’s reconstruction process

In the name of democracy - What secularists and women have to lose in the Tunisian elections

Revisiting peace journalism with a gender lens

Communicating Gender Justice and Climate Justice

University of the Philippines launches journal on media, gender and sexuality

FemLINKPACIFIC Statement for Rural Women’s Day 2011

Asia Training of Trainers

Three Women Win Nobel Peace Prize, 2011

The International Women's Health Movement in the Era of Globalization

September

Women and the Right to Water

Malaysia: women seizing the political agenda

Wangari Muta Maathai (1940-2011)

Challenging Militarism and Ending Violence Against Women 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Campaign 2011

The Other Tahrir Square: Attacks Continue on Women Human Rights Defenders in Iraq

Human rights defender and environmentalist Shehla Masood shot dead

August

The Shameless March/Slut Walk

July

GEAR Campaign Celebrates New UN Women Strategic Plan

May

We must not make war safe for women

Be the Change: Letter by the NGO Coalition on Human Rights to the editors of the Fiji Times and the Fiji Sun in regards to the assassination of Osama bin Laden

In highly violent communities, peace advocates hold out hope

Cai Yiping Ends Term as Isis Director

Whither Food Security in the Philippines?

April

Nun’s feminist activism cited

Japan - Severe Earthquake Aftershocks - Crises Continued for Women

March

Global Report on Status of Women in News Media Shows Men Hold Vast Majority of Management Jobs in Newsrooms Around the World

The Food Crisis and Women in the Global South

February

Nepal adopts National Action Plan on UNSCR 1325 and 1820

Urgent Appeal from International Civil Society: International Community Must Ensure Rights of Egyptians are Upheld

Call for Signature: Solidarity with Inés Fernández Ortega and Valentina Rosendo Cantú, Indigenous Women of the nation Me’phaa, Guerrero, who defied the Mexican Government for covering up human rights violations perpetrated by the Militia

Self-definition for visibility: Tommy boys, Lesbian men, Trans, Female Masculinities, feminine and feminist expression - ILGA Women's Preconference at XXV ILGA World Conference

January

Statement of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders, Margaret Sekaggya, as she concludes her visit to India

 

 

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