National Civil Society Coalitions On The Sustainable Development Goals – A Mapping

The overall objective of this report was to identify examples of how civil society is organizing to promote and follow up on the implementation of the 2030 Agenda at the national level and to use this review to facilitate the creation and strengthening of bonds among coalitions through peer learning and information exchange to increase capacities to hold governments accountable for the commitments made in the 2030 Agenda.

A Guide For NGOs And Women’s Human Rights Activists At The UN And CSW 2018

This guide, produced by the NGO Committee on the Status of Women/New York, provides information on SDGs, women's rights, inter-governmental processes, and advoacy tools for NGOs and civil societies.

Monthly Action Points (MAP) for the Security Council: March 2018

For March, in which the Netherlands has the presidency of the UN Security Council, the MAP provides recommendations on Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of the CongoLibya, Somalia, and South Sudan.

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Report Of The Secretary-General: Peacebuilding And Sustaining Peace

Two years ago, the General Assembly and the Security Council came together to express their commitment to building and sustaining peace.

Intersectional Feminism: Sharing Leadership In Women’s Peace And Security

Feminist movement building is foundational for gender justice and feminist peace. However, an intersectional approach that addresses gendered power across race, class, economic status, sexual orientation and gender identity, age, and other status, is critical for transformative change. This event explores how civil society can address gaps in intersectional women’s organizing by creating spaces for women’s meaningful participation.

Women, Agriculture And The Vital (R)evolution In US Farming

Scenes of small farms snuggled in rolling hills are not the reality of US agriculture. Farming is big business; built on an industrial model of extraction and exploitation – from confined animal feeding operations to petrochemicals and underpaid farmers and laborers. While this model is promoted as “feeding the world,” it leaves rural communities decimated, a devastation that is being increasingly duplicated around the world.