World’s Poorest Left Behind as Super-Rich get Richer!

“For every person with more than $30 million, there are over 4800 people living in extreme poverty. This gross inequality is a symptom of an unjust and unfair economic system that allows the rich to get richer at the expense of the poor" says Jenny Ricks of the Fight Inequality...

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No woman will be left behind as FEMNET rolls out forums on Sustainable Development Goals

FEMNET alongside its regional and global members is rolling out spirited processes to enliven the United Nations 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs make an audacious promise to “leave no one behind” in ending all forms of poverty, fighting, inequalities and tackling climate change.  FEMNET promises not to leave any woman behind as the SDGs take center-stage to delivering equality across the globe! Understanding the SDGs is critical....

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YOUNG FEMINISTS BLOG SERIES ON #WhatWomenWant

5 Young African Feminists Reflect on what it would take to End AIDS:- #WhatWomenWant campaign is a collaborative effort launched by the ATHENA network. The Campaign aims to engage activists and advocates in women’s civil society & feminist organizations to contribute towards renewed leadership and drive momentum toward realizing the vision, priorities and rights of women and girls in all of their diversity and to end HIV as a public...

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