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Is EU support for energy in developing countries fully aligned with its climate and sustainable development objectives?
CIDSE, CAFOD, Geres, Hivos Policy Briefing, March 2019
A toolkit for the Catholic community to promote gender equality, by CAFOD, March 2018
When I started working as the first dedicated Gender Advisor at CAFOD nine years ago I wondered what it would be like - working on the promotion of gender equality and women’s rights in a Catholic organisation. Well, I can tell you this - it wasn’t always easy. The term ‘gender’ was then and continues to be now a hot potato, sparking heated debates in every gender training I had delivered over these years, both in Europe and in the many countries CAFOD’s partner organisations work in.
Tanja Haque, CAFOD's Gender Advisor, discusses the role of faith at the 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women.
On the occasion of the 60th session of the Commission on the Status of Women at the UN, some of our member organizations were present and share with us their perspectives and thoughts on this event.
Every month partners, members, staff and inspiring thinkers will share their thoughts on gender equality, drawing on their experiences and struggles. The first blog entry will appear on the 8th of March on the occasion of International Women’s Day. Your feedback is welcome and can be sent to pavarotti(at)cidse.org
A pilgrimage towards Paris « Act now ! Let’s go ! » (“Geht doch!” – “En marche!“)
The climate movement around the world stands for peace and justice.
Migrant and refugee crisis in Europe: a time to act urgently while reflecting on the roots of the crisis
In the first seven months of 2015, 340 000 migrants and refugees arrived in the European Union (EU), according to Frontex, the agency coordinating EU border controls.
Laudato Si’: CIDSE members join the Pope’s encyclical call for urgent action to tackle climate change
In face of the mounting ecological crisis, the Pope’s urgent call comes at a crucial moment, as world leaders will have to take critical decisions on the future of development and the care for our planet.