Daily Newsletter, 10 March 2010, B+10

Date: February 23, 2010
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10 March 2005 All pages are in pdf format

Funds for women’s rights dry up
As delegates prepare to pack their bags after the 10 year review of the Beijing conference, one of the greatest concerns of those working to advance the rights of women is dwindling resources.

Getting back to work
As the curtain begins to fall over the Beijing +10 review, representatives of women’s organisations worldwide are looking for a way forward that will consolidate their gains even as they seek to conquer new horizons.

US sex work threat
After last week’s rear guard action to stall a US amendment to the draft declaration ruling out the recognition of abortion as a right, the Bush administration has picked a fresh fight at the conference over sex work.

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Gender Links
African Woman and Child Feature Service

Today’s cyber dialogue: Looking Ahead
Log on to www.cyberdialogues.org 8:00 – 9.30 a.m. New York (EST)

Getting back to work By Juliana Omale
US sex work threat By Rosemary Okello and Arthur Okwemba
Funds for women’s rights dry up By Arthur Okwemba
More men activists needed By Janine Moolman
Violence against disabled women on the increase By Sarah Muwanga
Girls are easy prey for teachers in schools By Darren Taylor
Making Resolution 1325 work for women By Jane Godia
Your news team

Cyber Link
News by women, for women By Colleen Lowe Morna
Cyber dialogues: view from India By Deepa Kandaswamy
Chatter Box

For a summary of the Cyber Dialogue, please go to http://www.cyberdialogues.org

Rekindling the flames in Uganda By Sarah Muwanga
Young women and feminism By Shamillah Wilson
Tanzanian men say no to patriarchy By Charles Mustapha Kayoka
Gender at the heart of MDGs By Jane Godia

The passion is gone By Hope Chigudu and Dudziro Nhengu
Editorial: keep the fires of Beijing burning!

“Make IT work for gender justice”

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