This interactive panel presented a feminist analysis of the UN Secretary General’s “Our Common Agenda” (OCA) that envisions a stronger, revitilized UN. Although the report puts gender equality and women’s empowerment at the center of the UN’s three pillars–peace and security, human rights, and development– it requires a feminist critique and action-oriented framework to prioritize actions going forward. This panel contributed to the debates at the General Assembly, Summit of the Future and other discussions such as the New Agenda for Peace.
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by La Información 11/06/2019
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