- Publication about UN Reform
The International Women’s Tribune Centre and the Heinrich Böll Foundation published a book entitled, “UN Reform: What’s in it for Women?” in August 2006. The publication features reflections, insights, and analysis by women from different regions specifically examining the impact of the UN reform process on women at the regional and national levels. It also presents different initiatives and proposals in ensuring women’s spaces within the UN as well as concrete recommendations on how to influence the UN reform process.
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- Summary of the Panel Discussions “UN Reform: What’s in it for Women?”
a parallel event at the 50th UN Commission on the Status of Women session
The International Women's Tribune Centre in partnership with the Heinrich Boell Foundation organized a panel discussion on the UN Reform Agenda on March 1, 2006 in conjunction with the 50th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women. Entitled "UN Reform: What's in it for Women?," the panel examined the relevance of the UN Reform process to women and how women's organizations could influence the reform process to ensure the integration of a gender perspective and analysis. Speakers
Liane Schalatek, Heinrich Böll Foundation
Barbara Adams, UNIFEM
Vina Nadjibullah, UNIFEM
Cynthia Rothschild, Center for Women’s Global Leadership
Mavic Cabrera-Balleza, International Women’s Tribune Centre
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Our Globalnets on UN Reform:
Click to read our the issues of our monthly globalnet that addressed the UN Reform process
IWTC WOMEN'S GLOBALNET #305
WOMEN FROM ACROSS THE WORLD PRESENT THEIR VIEWS TO THE HIGH LEVEL COHERENCE PANEL ON UN REFORM
IWTC WOMEN'S GLOBALNET #304
PEACEBUILDING COMMISSION OPENS: UN REFORM PROCESS ROLLS ON - WILL WOMEN'S VOICES BE HEARD?
WTC WOMEN'S GLOBALNET #303
UN HIGH-LEVEL COHERENCE PANEL CONSULTATIONS WITH CIVIL SOCIETY
IWTC WOMEN'S GLOBALNET #297 WOMEN NGOs EXPRESS CONCERN & DISAPPOINTMENT OVER UN's FAILURE TO INTEGRATE GENDER EQUALITY IN THE UN REFORM AGENDA