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   biul_gdansk 2010-11-22 15:30:25 (Newsletter 225)

The Culture Of Cool: Getting In Early To Prevent Domestic Violence -New Zeland study

The underlying thesis of this project is that men’s violence towards women is preventable. If young people are more informed about these practices they will be more able to resist them in their own relationships.

Civil Society Organizations Call on UN Women to Prioritize Economic and Social Rights

Commission on the Status of Women Submission, November 2010
The Center for Women’s Global Leadership (CWGL) and the organizations listed below welcome the priority theme for the fifty-third session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) on, “access and participation of women and girls to education, training, science and technology, including for the promotion of women’s equal access to full employment and decent work.”

China - studies reveal high rates of domestic violence

Despite successful campaigns to promote gender equality, China continues to struggle with high rates of domestic violence, which experts say impacts not only families but society as a whole.

2nd EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ‘From Daddy Quotas to Care Parity: For Equality, Equal Leave Rights’

The Spanish Platform for Equal and Non - Transferable Parental Leave organizing the 2nd EUROPEAN CONFERENCE, where all organizations and individuals interested in supporting progress towards gender equality can converge: from feminists, to egalitarian men groups, as well as youth groups, trade unions, civil society organizations, members of the Spanish Parliament, public administration and the academic community.

MIGS Launches Information Campaign on Gender-based Violence among Young People

Within the framework of the Daphne III project 'Perspective', the Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies [MIGS] is launching an awareness raising campaign on gender-based violence in interpersonal relationships.