Daily Newsletter, 2 March 2005

Date: February 23, 2010
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Beijing Betrayed. “Governments have failed to turn the platform into action.À Colleen Lowe Morna addresses the sense of betrayal expressed by many at B+10.

US threatens fragile consensus. As B+10 gets under way in New York, the US has threatened to derail the fragile consensus around a declaration recommitting governments to what they signed up to ten years ago.

V-Monologues a test for women’s rights. The Ugandan State Minister of Information, Nsaba-Buturo, announced in early February that the play had been banned Àbecause its title would corrupt the morals of society.À

Media on the offensive. A consortium of media women are demanding to know why section J of the Beijing Platform for Action got short shrift in the preparations for the conference review.

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Gender Links
African Woman and Child Feature Service

Beijing Betrayed by Colleen Lowe Morna

US threatens fragile consensus by Rosemary Okello and Lydia Levin

Smile with one eye, cry with another by Juliana Omale

Information on HIV/AIDS is power by Jane Godia

Making sense of the CSW by Pat Made

Media on the offensive by Colleen Lowe Morna

Women’s movement urged to stay vigilant by Janine Moolman

Cyber Link
Cyber dialogues meet fireside chats by Kubi Rama

Let the chats begin Pat Made

Comments from the cyber dialogue test run by Kubi Rama

V-Monologues a test for women’s rights by Evelyn Kiapi Matsamutra

Constitution gives and takes by James Hall

Promises of women’s rights are just so many words by Pat Made

Traded off for 14 cows by Martin Adhola

Outside the conference halls, women are waiting by Hope Chigudu

Editorial: Making IT work for gender justice

“Make IT work for gender justice”

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