Preparing for a successful CSW that can deliver real change. We have sent our statements on the priority and review themes to UN Women. This will be returned toREAD MORE
If Wonder Woman cannot break the shackles of the gender stereotypes of our world, what chance do we have?
We have entered the ‘Age of the Superhero’, no seriously, google it! While the importance of this to the fight for gender equality is obvious to a comicon attendeeREAD MORE
Hot Milk Deborah Levy Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2016 “My love for my mother is like an axe. It cuts very deep.” As the sun in southern SpainREAD MORE
I’m so disappointed by the state of women’s rights in the world now…For a minute it seemed like this would’ve have been a good year with May, Clinton and MerkelREAD MORE
Despite some early hiccoughs, the London 2012 Olpymic Games have been branded the most successful of all time. They have, most importantly, been branded “The Women’s Games”; sportswomen such asREAD MORE
Back in August NAWO hosted a meeting, which focused on looking towards a post BREXIT future. The meeting examined how BREXIT has altered the landscape for organisations working for womenREAD MORE
A report from the Annual Seminar on Women’s Economic Empowerment on Wednesday 14th of September With the focus on women’s economic empowerment (WEE) from the United Nations’ agencies, Governments andREAD MORE
Statement by members of the Women’s Major Group on the appointment of the new Secretary General of the United Nations
The last 20 months were very exciting for all hoping that the next UN Secretary General (UBSG) will be a woman. Until now there have been eight male UNSG but notREAD MORE
For 50 years, Millicent Garrett Fawcett struggled to win the right to vote for women in Britain, yet today she is little-known compared to the suffragette leaders who took aREAD MORE
The Project NAWO is part of this European Commission-funded project in partnership with Marta (Latvia), The Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Latvia, the State Inspectorate for Protection of Children’s RightsREAD MORE
Lucy Holmes, No More Page 3 Campaign Founder:
‘No More Page 3 are very much behind the Young Women’s Manifesto and the joyous and tireless work that NAWO have been doing on the Young Women’s Project. We’ve seen first hand how engaged our young supporters have become in the political process and how inspired they have been from attending NAWO events at Westminster and thinking about issues that affect them.
Just brilliant. We’re right behind you!’
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