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Spotlight on Sustainable Development 2021: COVID-19 Crisis - Demanding Justice Beyond Rhetoric

The scourge of COVID-19 struck an already stark reality of multiple inequalities – in households, across communities, in national context, and among countries. Its waves of devastation have exacerbated pre-existing conditions and disparities as well as creating new ones. This reality can be seen in the health numbers, the job numbers, in education, in hunger and in so many sectors. Attention to the debt burden unequally borne by countries has come to the fore but is being addressed with piecemeal relief measures for debt servicing not with the restructuring that a debt workout mechanism would bring. Furthermore, the over-reliance on a few pharmaceutical giants, their disproportionate benefits, financial and reputational, and the prevailing just-in-time business model have been ignored. While the exposure of inequalities

in fiscal space has spurred measures such as the new allocation of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs), these too are inadequate to the task of a just recovery and function within flawed global financial architecture. Ignoring the multiple warnings and manifestations over decades of the ecological and climate crises has scientists from around the world and the United Nations issuing a Code Red for humanity.


EU - Understanding European Union Action against Human Trafficking

Direct Link to Full 12-Page European Parliament Briefing Document:

Understanding EU action against human trafficking (europa.eu)

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Извор: WUNRN – 18.09.2021

Serious Lack of Social Protection - Gap Between Countries - Gender Disparity

World Social Protection Report 2020-22: More than 4 billion people still lack any social protection, ILO report finds

ILO World Social Protection Report 2020-22

More than 4 billion people still lack any social protection, ILO report finds

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed and exacerbated the social protection gap between countries with high and low income levels.


Access to Medicines: Why Should Feminists Care?

Direct Link to Full 9-Page 2021 Document:

FPV_Issue-Paper-1_Access-to-Medicines_-Why-Should-Feminists-Care.pdf (feminists4peoplesvaccine.org)

Perhaps one of the main reasons feminists should care about access to medicines (A2M) is that we have been caught short by the COVID-19 pandemic in terms of both analysis and mobilising for action and advocacy. The pandemic has become the crucible in which global and local inequalities, weak health systems, and colossal failures of governance have bubbled and risen to the surface to affect almost everyone, everywhere. For feminists, the lens of toxic and persistent gender power inequalities and injustices highlights why we need to pay particular attention. Indeed, we should have done so long ago. No issue combines such a toxic brew of global political economy, corporate power and interests, technology, law, and human rights in the way A2M does. But feminists, with a few exceptions, have been slow to enter this fray in the past for a variety of reasons.

Извор: WUNRN – 17.09.2021

The Urgent Case for Gender Equality in the Digital Age

The Urgent Case for Gender Equality in the Digital Age – FP Analytics (foreignpolicy.com)

Technology increasingly permeates every facet of our lives. The digital economy accounts for nearly 16 percent of global GDP and is growing two-and-a-half times faster than the rest of the world economy.1,2 Everything from social interactions and politics to business, health care, and education increasingly rely on digital connections, innovation, artificial intelligence, and advanced algorithms. Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has only accelerated our digital dependence.

According to a recent study by Our Secure Future, the digital ecosystem is reflecting and amplifying gender inequalities in society.3 Addressing these problems requires moving beyond women’s participation, and toward the integration of gender analysis.

Yet half of the world’s population is at a grave disadvantage in this new age. Women and other chronically marginalized groups have long been barred from shaping institutions. Today, they find themselves excluded from technology development and the governance frameworks that are shaping the future. A pervasive digital divide, particularly in the Global South, continues to inhibit women’s ability to design and use technology. According to FP Analytics research undertaken last year, not one of the 111 data governance frameworks under development worldwide had meaningfully taken gender equality into account. The Women, Peace, and Security policy framework offers the private sector and international institutions some solutions.



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