Université Senghor et Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF): lancement de la formation en ligne « L’Égalité femmes-hommes : un principe pour la francophonie ; une priorité du développement durable pour un monde plus juste»

L’Unité Egalité Femmes Hommes (UEFH) de l’Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF) porte à ton attention le lancement de la prochaine formation en ligne « L’Égalité femmes-hommes : un principe pour la francophonie ; une priorité du développement durable pour un monde plus juste ».

Chaque semaine de cours est structurée par : des vidéos thématiques faisant intervenir des experts, des documents d’apprentissages, diverses ressources complémentaires (liens Web, etc.) et un quiz d’évaluation.

October 03, 2022 @ 00:00

WTO: World Trade Congress on Gender, Gender Equality for Sustainable Trade and Recovery

How can gender equality foster sustainable trade?
How can trade make recovery work for women?
How do crises impact women the most?
December 05, 2022 @ 10:00
The Permanent Missions of Finland, Norway, Sweden in Vienna, UNODC and UNIDO: Vienna Discussion Forum 2022: Women on the move - Surviving forced displacement and building a new life

The Permanent Missions of Finland, Norway, Sweden in Vienna, UNODC and UNIDO: Vienna Discussion Forum 2022: Women on the move - Surviving forced displacement and building a new life

Migration and forced displacement impact women and men differently. Gender roles and social norms lead to differing vulnerabilities and circumstances for men and women. Men and women will leave their home for a range of reasons: from leaving behind poverty, conflict and climate-related disasters to escaping entrenched gender inequalities, including sexual and gender-based violence and lack of access to livelihoods and resources. In transit or at their destination, it is important to ensure that gender norms do not continue to leave women and girls behind and that socioeconomic integration is gender-responsive and takes a human-rights centred approach.
November 03, 2022 @ 14:00

OHCHR, Amnesty International, Soka Gakkai International, the Permanent Mission of Slovenia to the UN in Geneva: Rethinking Masculinity towards Gender Equality through Human Rights Education

YOU ARE INVITED!

The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), Amnesty International (AI) and Soka Gakkai International (SGI), with the sponsorship of the Permanent Mission of Slovenia to the UN in Geneva, are organizing a conversation series with young people from around the world on human rights education for, with and by youth.

The fifth edition of the series will focus on the theme rethinking masculinity towards gender equality and will take place on Thursday, 27 October 2022, 15:00 Central European Time / 14:00 Morocco time.

You can register for the event by clicking the link here.

The event will be in English and French.

Further information is available on the concept note here. Feel free to disseminate this invitation to your networks too!

For more information, please contact Paulina Tandiono (paulina.tandiono@un.org).

SEE YOU THERE!
October 27, 2022 @ 15:00

Greycells: Greytalk: Women as Peace Builders

We, Palestinian and Israeli women from all walks of life, are united in the human desire for a future of peace, freedom, equality, rights, and security for our children and the next generations. We believe that the majority of the people of our nations also share our mutual desire.
October 18, 2022 @ 17:00

The IIIM Gender Strategy Launch

The launch of the IIIM Gender Strategy, sponsored by the Permanent Missions of Sweden, Canada and the Kingdom of the Netherlands
October 11, 2022 @ 16:00

IGC: Re-launch: I Say No to Sexism. What do you say?

The campaign under the slogan “I say no to sexism. What do you say?” originates from former UN Geneva Director-General Michael Møller, who in 2017 made it his commitment to launch a campaign to counter casual sexism at UN Geneva. This campaign consisted of awareness-raising, outreach activities and actions to encourage and empower staff to tackle casual sexism in their working environment.

Today, this campaign is being relaunched to support implementation of the IGC Gender-based Violence Pledge, a commitment for “Champions to uphold IGC’s core values of creating and maintaining safe workplaces and treating every person with respect and fairness; and to accelerate collective action towards the elimination of all forms of genderbased violence within Champions’ spheres of influence”. The campaign is also a part of the IGC Secretariat’s commitment to the Generation Equality Forum Action Coalition theme on gender-based violence.
September 30, 2022 @ 14:00

OHCHR : Annual discussion on the integration of a gender perspective throughout the work of the Human Rights Council and that of its mechanisms

The effective exercise of the right to freedom of opinion and expression is essential for the enjoyment of other human rights and freedoms, and crucial for women’s empowerment and the achievement of substantive gender equality. Despite the many gains for women and girls and people with diverse gender identities in the realization of this right, they continue to face structural, systemic and legal barriers. When they are additionally subjected to intersectional discrimination, these barriers are exacerbated.
September 26, 2022 @ 16:00

International Seabed Authority: Women in the Law of the Sea (WILOS) Conference

On 10 December 2022, the international community will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). This provides a timely opportunity to take stock of the numerous contributions of UNCLOS to peace and order in the ocean and to the sustainable development of ocean spaces and resources. In addition, it is a moment in time to celebrate the particular contribution of women to the progressive development of the law of the sea as reflected in UNCLOS and related instruments.
September 26, 2022 @ 09:00