Tag: Empowerment of women

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  1. Goal 4: Quality Education

    Sustainable Development Goals: Quality Education


    Despite huge progress, tough challenges remain in developing regions due to high levels of poverty, armed conflicts and other emergencies

  2. Dr. Mukwege

    The Man Who Mends Women


    "Women's bodies have become a true battlefield and rape is being used as a weapon of war"

  3. Goal 5: Gender Equality

    Sustainable Development Goals: Gender Equality


    Empowering women and promoting gender equality is crucial to accelerating sustainable development

  4. Women’s Empowerment – Statement by Dianova prior to CSW60


    Statement submitted by Dianova International prior to the 60th session of the Commission on the Status of Women of the United Nations (New York, 14-24 March, 2016)

  5. Poverty has a woman's face

    Feminization of Poverty


    4th Forum of ONGs in official partnership with UNESCO: The role of women in fighting poverty

  6. 'Equality is Quality' award 2014

    ‘Equality is Quality’ Award 2014


    Dianova Portugal granted 'Honorable Mention' at the 'Equality is Quality' Award 2014, in Social Economy

  7. L'égalité c'est la qualité

    Equality = Quality


    Dianova Portugal received a mention of honor for its policies to promote gender equality

  8. Familles

    International Day of Families


    Men in charge? Gender Equality and Children's Rights in Contemporary Families

  9. 20 Ways to Achieve Women’s Empowerment


    In March, 2015 Dianova organized a parallel event during the 59th Session on the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW 59), in New York. Four interventions were made representing different aspects of the women’s agenda and each one advancing five suggestions as on how to achieve women’s empowerment.

  10. Women's Day

    Women’s Empowerment – A Statement by Dianova


    “Access to education is particularly important for rural women’s empowerment, as education enables them not only to make informed and responsible decisions with regard to reproduction, but also to break the cycle of exploitation and poverty”. Excerpt from Dianova’s declaration prior to CSW59