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The labor and courage of women is central to their communities and rural economies, and by extension, to the global economy. However, they are underrepresented at all decision-making levels, especially when it comes to participation and co-determination in managing resources. In tribute to the exemplary commitment of women to themselves, their families and their communities, the Swiss Ecumenical Campaign 2019 focused this year on women's rights.
Trudeau government brings an ambitious feminist vision to Canada’s foreign policy, but no budget to bring it to light
Since Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced to the world that “Canada is back!” after his election in 2015, the world has been watching our self-identified feminist Prime Minister to see if he is truly bringing our country back on to the global stage. So far, he has named a cabinet with gender parity and then launched a “Feminist International Assistance Policy” (FIAP). This year, Canada will continue to be in the spotlight as we host the G7, while continuing to campaign for a seat on the UN Security Council in 2021.
Environmental and development organizations from five continents have today written to the UN’s aviation agency (ICAO) condemning a proposal for large-scale use of biofuels in planes.
CIDSE’s position on the Development Consensus review stemming from its engagement in the Post-2015 process
CIDSE launches a policy paper on the review of the Development Consensus and an online report on its engagement in the Post-2015 process.
Tanya Cox from Plan International is interviewed about the work of the Beyond 2015 European taskforce and CIDSE's engagement in it
Aldo Caliari from Centre of Concern is interviewed about the CIDSE's engagement in the Post-2015 process