Gender equality if a fundamental principle of community-led development. For most women on earth, their primary opportunity to have voice in the decisions that affect their lives is through community leadership.
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- Celebrating Women and the Environment in BeninSome 100 women celebrated International Women’s Day in forest — emphasizing the importance of gender equality to environmental sustainability. The event was organized by the the national women’s association and The Hunger Project, and it received coverage (below) in the national media.
- Feminism and Food SystemsThe March global Zoom gathering of the Movement for Community-led Development featured special presentations by: Ritu Sharma, president of Radiant Advocacy and a member of the Steering Committee of the Coalition for a Feminist Foreign Policy in the United States. Learn more at this link, and scroll to the bottom to sign on! Joanna Veltri, […]
- International Women’s Day 2021: Getting Back on TrackFeatured Photo Credit: UN Women/Yijiu Yuan by Charlie Estes, Intern for The Hunger Project March 8, 2021 — International Women’s Day is a time to take stock of where we are in our global journey toward gender equality and look forward to what’s to come. According to the World Economic Forum’s 2020 Global Gender Report, […]
- Action for Gender EqualityA special Learning Session In this year of Beijing+25 the session theme is Harnessing the power of Gender Equality featuring Geeta Rao Gupta (UNF and 3D), Hemlata Verma (ICRW) and Mary Kate Costello (THP). The full program with speaker bios and their slide decks are below.