Indigenous Women: key actors in poverty and hunger eradication (UN CSW RESOLUTION E/CN.6/2012/L.6)

On 9 March 2012, the draft resolution entitled:  “Indigenous Women: key actors in poverty and hunger  eradication” (E/CN.6/2012/L.6) was adopted at the Commission on the Status of Women at its Fifty-sixth Session. To download the resolution, please click here.

Commission on the Status of Women

Fifty-sixth session
27 February-9 March 2012
Agenda item 3 (c)

 

Follow-up to the Fourth World Conference on Women and to the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly, entitled “Women 2000: gender equality, development and peace for the twenty-first century”: gender mainstreaming, situations and programmatic matters

Australia,* Argentina, Bolivia (Plurinational State of),* Ecuador,* El Salvador, Guatemala,* Mexico* and Nicaragua: draft resolution

 

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Rural and indigenous women of Asia voice their concerns at UN Commission on the Status of Women

ORAL STATEMENT TO THE GENERAL DISCUSSION IN THE 56TH SESSION OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN

Thank you for this opportunity to participate in the General Discussion and address the 56th session of the Commission on the Status of Women. We, nine rural and indigenous women from Southeast and East Asia are here for the first time to voice out our concerns and recommendations to the CSW.

This statement is on behalf of Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD) and the Asian Rural Women’s Coalition (ARWC), two leading women’s networks representing rural women, including indigenous women, peasants, agricultural workers, Dalit women, fisherfolks, pastoralists, workers and migrants from more than 25 countries in Asia Pacific region. Asia Pacific has over 65% of population living in rural and remote areas. More

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