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Online Consultation for the Youth Forum at CSW61 on Young Women’s Leadership

The Youth Forum is a critical opportunity for young people in all their diversities to openly and strategically discuss the challenges and opportunities for achieving gender equality and sustainable…Continue

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New resource: SheWorks: Putting Gender-Smart Commitments into Practice at the Workplace

The report—SheWorks: Putting Gender-Smart Commitments into…Continue

Started Feb 9

Gender Policy Adviser - Oxfam GB

Systematic discrimination against women and girls is both a cause and a result of the inequality that drives poverty. It can be exacerbated by class, ethnicity and age, as well as religious and other…Continue

Started Feb 7

Investment into the care economy of 2% of GDP in just 7 countries would create over 21 million jobs

A new study released today by the ITUC shows that investment into the care economy of 2% of GDP in just 7 countries would create over 21 million jobs and help countries overcome the twin challenges…Continue

Started Jan 31

 

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Measuring Gender-Transformative Change: A Review of Literature and Promising Practices at Webinar

February 16, 2017 from 2pm to 7pm
Gender transformative approaches represent a move beyond “business as usual” gender integration in programming towards the creation of an enabling social environment and more equitable formal and informal institutions that expand life choices for women and men. At the heart of their work, WorldFish (in particular, through its Aquatic Agricultural Systems cross-cutting research program) and CARE USA (through its global Pathways to Empowerment agriculture program) strive to apply gender…See More
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Online Consultation for the Youth Forum at CSW61 on Young Women’s Leadership

The Youth Forum is a critical opportunity for young people in all their diversities to openly and strategically discuss the challenges and opportunities for achieving gender equality and sustainable development in our local, national, regional, and global contexts, and to amplify common concerns and advocacy efforts in advance of CSW61. Recognizing that many young people will not be attending the Youth Forum and CSW61 in person, all young people and stakeholders from around the world are…See More
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Webinar: Corporate power and women’s economic justice at Online

February 28, 2017 from 2pm to 4pm
Women’s economic justice cannot be seen in isolation but must be understood within a prevailing framework that ignores gender biases and favors “growth” at all costs. In the context of massive rise of corporate power, which AWID defines as, “the excessive control and appropriation of natural resources, labour, information and finance by an alliance of powerful corporations, and global elites, in collusion with government”, can women’s economic empowerment be attained?As feminist activists…See More
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EU@UN Talk: Women’s Economic Empowerment – What Works? at European Union Delegation to the United Nations, NY 10017

February 23, 2017 from 6pm to 7:30pm
On Thursday, 23 February, the European Union Delegation will host the next in the series of EU@UNTalks on Women’s Economic Empowerment – What Works.Women’s economic empowerment is not only the right thing to do, it is the smart thing to do. Keeping gender equality and women’s empowerment at the centre of our development efforts will be key to the success of the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals. There are significant multiplier effects – according to the ILO, a growing body of…See More
Feb 15
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2017 Women's Empowerment Principles Forum at United States

March 14, 2017 to March 15, 2017
Measuring Success, Making It Count: Business Investing in Women and Girls Around the world, the business community champions women and girls’ empowerment. Join us on March 14—15, 2017 at the United Nations Headquarters and Grand Hyatt in New York City for our Women’s Empowerment Principles Forum. This year’s event, Measuring Success, Making It Count, will explore the role of the private sector in achieving the sustainable development agenda. We will look at different ways of measuring outcomes…See More
Feb 10
Vincent Trousseau posted a discussion

New resource: SheWorks: Putting Gender-Smart Commitments into Practice at the Workplace

The report—SheWorks: Putting Gender-Smart Commitments into Practice—highlights private sector approaches and learning in recruiting, retaining, and promoting women. It draws on global business case data, practical guidance, best practices, and lessons learned shared by SheWorks members and strategic partners to show how companies across regions and sectors…See More
Feb 9
Vincent Trousseau posted a discussion

Gender Policy Adviser - Oxfam GB

Systematic discrimination against women and girls is both a cause and a result of the inequality that drives poverty. It can be exacerbated by class, ethnicity and age, as well as religious and other fundamentalism. Oxfam works to ensure poor and marginalized women will claim and advance their rights through the engagement and leadership of women and their organizations; and violence against women is significantly less socially acceptable and prevalent.The roleYou will play a key role in the…See More
Feb 7
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Investment into the care economy of 2% of GDP in just 7 countries would create over 21 million jobs

A new study released today by the ITUC shows that investment into the care economy of 2% of GDP in just 7 countries would create over 21 million jobs and help countries overcome the twin challenges of ageing populations and economic stagnation.Find our moreSee More
Jan 31
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Jan 30
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GROW campaign influences investment policies in the farming sector to the benefit of women and girls in West Africa

As an extension of the activities of its GROW campaign, Oxfam and the other campaign members have supported the creation of a gender group affiliated to the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to influence investment policy in the farming sector to the benefit of women and girls. In this interview, Imma de Miguel, Head of the Economic Justice Campaign, reflects on the group's formation and the successes it has notched up.En FrançaisImma de MiguelHead of…See More
Jan 26
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Jan 26
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Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative for WEE

The Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative is designing women-friendly laws and implementing pilot projects to allow women in the Pacific to realize their full potential.This booklet illustrates the need for and benefits of business environment reform in Pacific island countries. It is part of a series of three-page infographic brochures that provide an overview of…See More
Jan 25
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Jan 20
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Webinar: Understanding the High Level Panel's first report on women's economic empowerment

This webinar, hosted by ODI's Development Progress project, explored the first report to the UN Secretary General by the High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic...
Jan 20
Vincent Trousseau posted a discussion

WEE, care work and violence against women in India: Unpaid care work subsidises the economy

Here is an extract from a really interesting article looking at women's economic empowerment, care work and violence against women in India.[...] the entire “recognized” economy, whether formal or informal, is hugely dependent upon and subsidized by this unpaid work, which makes up the subterranean base (incidentally, measures of aggregate productivity in the economy that do not take account of this unpaid work are misleading: They underestimate the number of workers, and so overestimate the…See More
Jan 19
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Jan 19

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DIgital Communications Lead- Knowledge Hub on Women's Economic Empowerment in Agriculture
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Oxfam
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Communications
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2 new entreprises join the Enterprise Development Programme

Oxfam's Entreprise Development Programme (EDP) supports early-stage agricultural enterprises through a social impact-only vehicle that provides loan finance, business grants (e.g. for capital equipment) and business development support.

On 6th December, during the last EDP Investment Committee meeting, the partners approved circa. GBP 180,000 investments in 2 enterprises: Chetona Fish Hatchery, in Kurigram, Bangladesh and Apicultura Lilian honey…

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Posted on January 30, 2017 at 13:30

Mini laiterie de Bitou : une amorce vers l’autonomisation économique des femmes productrices de lait

La production du lait fait vivre des milliers de ménages au Burkina Faso. Dans les communautés de pasteurs, c’est la principale voire l’unique source de revenus pour les femmes. A Bitou, dans la Région du Centre-Est du Burkina Faso, une mini laiterie, soutenue par Oxfam, a changé la vie des dizaines de femmes.

« La mini laiterie, nous fait gagner en temps et en argent», résument les productrices et transformatrices de lait de Bitou. Cette…

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Posted on January 30, 2017 at 8:30

GROW campaign influences investment policies in the farming sector to the benefit of women and girls in West Africa

As an extension of the activities of its GROW campaign, Oxfam and the other campaign members have supported the creation of a gender group affiliated to the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to influence investment policy in the farming sector to the benefit of women and girls. In this interview, Imma de Miguel, Head of the Economic Justice Campaign, reflects on the group's formation and the successes it has notched up.…

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Posted on January 26, 2017 at 15:00

Everyday Heroes in the Spotlight

Community-led knowledge creation for women’s economic empowerment

This project aims to empower women and men in their self-learning and monitoring process for further changes in gender and power relationships in shrimp, pork and chicken value chains through…

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Posted on January 19, 2017 at 12:00

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