The Impact of War on Global Food Security

The Ukraine conflict is an unprecedented humanitarian crisis that is subsequently increasing food insecurity across the globe. This threat follows the rise in hunger, food insecurity, and worsening nutrition caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Humanitarian and social protection responses will be needed to cushion the negative impact of these developments

Saving Our World – We Must Act Now

Article written by SI Advocacy Advisor, Bev Bucur. In February 2022, the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a report recognising the devastating and deadly consequences of climate inaction for humanity. Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability The report acknowledges the interdependence of climate, ecosystems and biodiversity,

Opening Doors to a Bright Future

Blog by Helen Harvey. "This was my first time attending a Commission for the Status of Women Event. The knock-on effect of Covid has meant that some events are now accessible online. I was apprehensive when asked to speak myself, but also pleased to have the chance to highlight one

CSW66 Agreed Conclusions

by Pat Black "Following many hours of discussion and negotiation, the Commission on the Status of Women in its 66th session (CSW66) finally adopted by consensus the Agreed Conclusions on the priority theme ‘Achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls in the context of climate change,

CSW66 – Grassroots Feminist Movement Responding to Climate Change

A blog by Dr. Nina Smart Grassroots Feminist Movement Responding to Climate Change - Event at CSW66, 16 March. "Hosted by Taiwan Coalition Against Violence, TCAV, and cosponsored by Soroptimist International, this CSW66 event focused on the feminisation of climate change by sharing women's best practices from Nepal and Taiwan.

CSW66 – A Reminder that Advocacy Work Is Ongoing

By Wanda Price As NGO CSW66 Forum draws closer to the final day of sessions, we will leave this event well informed on several issues directly affecting women and girls, but also realising there is still more to learn, more to share, and more to do. This article is not


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