Attending CSW was a life changing experience in a completely positive way for me. Having the opportunity to go to The United Nations has allowed me to learn about issues I had never heard of before and often altered my opinion or let me view an...READ MORE
While being at CSW, I felt that I learnt so much about issues that I had never even heard about, this has really opened my eyes to the struggles of women globally and not just in the UK. Not only that but I feel as if I’ve gained so much confidence in public speaking from my experience, I now feel that I can confidently address an audience about a variety issues with eloquence. The whole experience has really broaden my horizons and made me realise that I can make a difference in society.
Scarlett Walton a testimonial
CSW61: An overview The UN Headquarters in New York played host to government representatives, NGOs, and UN agencies from 13-24 March 2017 for the 61st Commission on the Status of Women. Chair H.E. Mr. Antonio de Aguiar Patriota spoke for many...READ MORE
From the Green Economy to the Purple Economy. Towards a new economic world order that places women front and centre.
The Purple Economy: “Requires a different orientation to fiscal policy and works within, while challenging, runaway neoliberal discourses. Turning away from Chicago School toward a more socially informed economic focus that has echoes of...READ MORE
Youth Forum discussions have emphasised including LGBTIQ+ persons and identities our conversations about gender. In order to achieve gender equality we need to ensuring that the actions we take achieve this for all. Jacob Thomas, presented a...READ MORE