Daily Newsletter, 9 March 2005

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

Women at the heart of HIV/AIDS resolution
The Southern African group yesterday presented a detailed resolution on Women, the Girl Child and HIV/Aids, which advocates strongly for putting women at the centre of prevention, treatment and care programmes.

Braving the cold to take on Bush
Women activists scuffled yesterday with UN security personnel and police officers from the New York Police Department when they demanded to get in out of the cold following a protest march against the US government’s attempt to derail the final document of the Beijing+10 review.

MDGs cause concern
The move to make the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) the omnibus for all development initiatives is creating apprehension and frustration at the ten year review of the Beijing conference.

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Lydia Levin
Kubi Rama
Gender Links
African Woman and Child Feature Service

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

MDGs cause concern By Arthur Okwemba and Colleen Lowe Morna
Women at the heart of HIV/AIDS resolution By Arthur Okwemba
Braving the cold to take on Bush By Juliana Omale
India: Fears for the future of girls by Ammu Joseph
More action, less talk, needed at national level By Joyce Mkinga
Dose of reality By Colleen Lowe Morna
Linking the MDGs, Beijing and CEDAW [large file 769KB]
Call to walk the talk of gender budgets By Sarah Muwanga
Poverty, violence stand in the way of change By Sarah Muwanga

Cyber Link
Gender violence: gaps between policy and practice continue By Janine Moolman
Chatter Box

For a summary of the Cyber Dialogue, please go to http://www.cyberdialogues.org
Read the newspaper online at http://oldsite.genderlinks.org.za.dedi1086.nur4.host-h.net/bejing/newspapers.asp and click on Page 3

Listening to audiences By Colleen Lowe Morna
Looking for the “JÀ spot By Maria Suarez Toro
Who will benefit from digital fund? By Arthur Okwemba
What’s gender got to do with IT? By Jennifer Radloff

Information for what?
Editorial: Ignoring the media a big mistake

“Make IT work for gender justice”

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