The following information brochures on women’s land rights produced by Consult on Women and Land Rights (CWLR), India Women’s Watch (IWW), Asia Pacific Women’s Watch (APWW), Sathi all for partnerships, Indo Global Social Service Society, and Woman Resource Rights Program (WRRP) are available for download. [Documents available at the bottom of this page]
The following toolkits were produced by two Habitat International Coalition members: Housing and Land Rights Network – Middle East and North Africa and Housing and Land Rights Network – South Asia Regional Programme, whose websites are also excellent sources of information. The official mission of the Housing and Land Rights Network is «to achieve fuller realization of human dignity and human development oriented towards respecting, defending, promoting and fulfilling the human right to adequate housing and land». This mission is implemented through coalition building, capacity building and advocacy at all levels.
Women’s Conference 2022
The cascading crises we are experiencing today impact food, health, education, the environment, peace and security and move the world away from achieving the 2030 Agenda, the plan that seeks more resilient, just, peaceful and egalitarian societies for all.
The system, in addition to including statistical data, contains constitutional references, laws, human rights reports, recommendations from international organizations, studies, etc. organized by rights.
The eradication of violence implies a set of policies, strategies and measures to modify attitudes, practices and behaviors against women, in order to achieve favorable situations with equity and equality.
Women with women
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Universal declaration of human rights gender equality 2021
I submit my report on Nicaragua, in accordance with resolution 46/2, covering the period from January 1 to December 31, 2021. The concerns expressed in our oral update of 14 December 2021 remain valid and are reflected in this report. I regret that the recommendations we have made to the Government since 2018 have not been implemented.
However, being able to meet the 2030 Agenda also requires building peaceful, just, tolerant, open and inclusive societies that provide equal access to justice and are based on respect for human rights. Progress in this regard is lacking.
I also note with deep concern the recent resumption of trials against some of these men and women over the past month and the harsh prison sentences handed down to at least 34 individuals, without respect for due process. Guarantees must be put in place to ensure fair trials in accordance with international human rights standards.