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Una iniciativa a celebrar

Durante décadas, los movimientos feministas han denunciado que a las mujeres se les mata por el hecho de ser mujer. El llamado de NNUU para la creación de “feminicides watch” abre la puerta a grandes avances

By Ana Carcedo

Feminicidios: La necesidad de una movilización más amplia

El feminicidio permanece ausente del debate público francés. La legislación francesa recién comienza a reconocer los asesinatos por razón de género pero estos están lejos de ser una prioridad de las políticas pública

By Angela Muller, Anne-Cécile Mailfert

Feminicidio: introducción

¿Cuáles son las limitaciones en los registros de feminicidios? ¿Qué nuevas perspectivas abren los movimientos de mujeres? ¿Qué impacto tienen frente al Estado?

By Patricia Jimenez

Still a Long Breath Needed Towards a Democratic Country

The first parliamentary elections in Armenia after the referendum revealed themselves to be well-administered and respectful of fundamental freedoms. But problems such as vote-buying and interference in the process remain

 

By Rebecca Wagner

Civic Charter

Repression of civil society is on the rise all over the world. The charter aims to support civil society organizations as activists throughout the world, to advocate for their rights and freedom of action, and to demand government guarantees.

Habitat III: New Urban Agenda and the Importance of Civil Society

Close on the heels of the UN adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in September 2015 the HABITAT III conference offers the international community a timely opportunity to revisit and revision its commitments to putting human rights at the heart of sustainable urban development. The global context is adverse, marked by growing inequity, rising levels of homelessness and landlessness, forced migration, environmental degradation and climate change.

By Poonam Joshi

Authoritarian Repression Under the Pretext of Sovereignty

The repression of civil societies activites in countries like Egypt and Russia are justified with the "protection of the states sovereignity" and the "principle of non-intervention". When unwelcomed critique is silenced, activists need all our solidarity and support.

By Wolfgang Kaleck, Simon Rau

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