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Chiang Mai (29 June, 2012): The Rio+20 Outcome Document did not break new ground for gender equality and women’s human rights, and did not establish any binding commitments from governments for just development. As we move past Rio+20, states have a vital opportunity to create and…Continue
Rio de Janeiro (22 June, 2012): Women from Asia Pacific say the current Rio+20 draft does not offer a sustainable future for women. Employment and economic rights, militarisation, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and women’s role in climate change are being ignored, say women’s rights organisations from the region. They are calling on governments to ensure the promotion, protection and realisation of women’s human rights in the outcome document.
Our Nature Is Not For Sale
Against Commodification and Financialization of Nature in G-20 and RIO+20
Jakarta, June 19th 2012. On June 2012, two international meetings that determine the direction of world economy and environment will be taken place. The meetings will have an impact on the overall future of mankind and the earth. The meetings that will be held at a close time are Rio+20 Summit and G20 Summit. Rio+20 Summit will be held…Continue
Rio de Janeiro (21 June, 2012): Women from Asia Pacific demand governments address critical issues on women’s human rights missing in the Rio+20 negotiations for sustainable development. Employment and economic rights, militarisation, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and women’s role in climate change significantly impact women across the region, yet are being ignored. Asia Pacific women call for States to ensure the promotion, protection and realisation of…Continue