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Working From Within 2011

 

Report on the Status of Women and Youth in Iran Jan-Dec 2011
Human Trafficking

Report on Human Trafficking

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WFF parallel event at CSW60
May 13, 2016 at 04:51 PM

ImageWFF held an event during the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women on March 23rd. Thousands of women gathered from around the world to review progress towards gender equality and the empowerment of women at the CSW from March 14 to March 24.  

It was a very timely event and a good opportunity that we were present. Women from Lebanon, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan, United States participated in our event and were looking for solutions to the problems. The participants were from 5 different continents, NGO’s and different embassies staff whom many actively joined the discussions during the event.


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Happy Women's Day 2016!
Mar 08, 2016 at 03:43 PM

 

This year for #GenderParity, let's unite to accomplish the UN SDG #5 - #GenderEquality #IWD2016

 

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World Day against the Death Penalty 2015
Oct 09, 2015 at 02:33 PM

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Amnesty International - The death penalty continues to be used as a tool in the so-called “war on drugs”, with an alarming number of states across the globe executing people convicted on drug-related charges, in clear violation of international law, Amnesty International said ahead of the World Day against the Death Penalty (10 October).

At least 11 countries across the globe – including China, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia and Saudi Arabia – have handed down death sentences or executed people for drug-related crimes over the past two years, while dozens of states maintain the death penalty for drug-related offences.

http://www.amnesty.org.au/news/comments/38205/  

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