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Bending the Curve Towards Gender Equality by 2030

Bending the Curve Report - Equal Measures 2030

Direct Link to Full 39-Page Equal Measures Report:

EM2030BendingTheCurveReportMarch2020.pdf (equalmeasures2030.org)

 2020 marks 25 years since the landmark 1995 Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action on women’s rights and is just 10 years from the endpoint for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This new research sheds light on what progress has been made on a set of key gender equality issues and how much faster the world needs to move in order to reach key targets linked to the SDGs. These targets, and all gender-relevant aspects of the SDGs, are fundamental to the fulfillment of girls’ and women’s rights and to the achievement of sustainable development for all.

This new research report finds that half of countries studied (67 out of 129 countries) – home to 2.1 billion girls and women – won’t achieve any of five key gender equality targets by 2030 if their current pace continues. The report covers: access to contraception, girls’ education, political leadership, workplace equality laws, and safety. However, the report also finds that if all countries matched the pace of fast-moving countries over the next decade, nearly three quarters of the world’s girls’ and women could instead live in countries that would reach four or even all five of these gender equality targets by the year 2030.


European Child Guarantee

European Child Guarantee - Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion - European Commission (europa.eu)

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In 2019 Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced the creation of a European Child Guarantee with a view to ensuring that every child in Europe at risk of poverty or social exclusion has access to the most basic of rights like healthcare and education.

The objective of the European Child Guarantee, which was adopted by the Council in June 2021, is to prevent and combat social exclusion by guaranteeing the access of children in need to a set of key services:

  • early childhood education and care
  • education (including school-based activities)
  • healthcare
  • nutrition
  • housing

While most children in the EU already have access to these services, inclusive and truly universal access is vital for ensuring equal opportunities for all children, and in particular those who experience social exclusion due to poverty or other forms of a disadvantage.

The European Child Guarantee itself will be effective only within a broader set of integrated measures, as outlined in the European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan, and within a broader policy framework of the EU strategy on the Rights of the Child.

Извор: WUNRN – 01.07.2021


UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Physical and Mental health

OHCHR | Special Rapporteur on the right to physical and mental health

 Press Release - Ms. Tlaleng Mofokeng, (South Africa), is the Special Rapporteur on the right to health since August 2020. The Special Rapporteur told the UN Human Rights Council Session 47 that her priorities include: Global health related to the COVID-19 pandemic, racism and the right to health and health equity. She said she would also focus on sexuality, gender-based violence and femicide during her tenure.

 Strategic Priorities – Report to the Human Rights Council 2021:

A/HRC/47/28 - E - A/HRC/47/28 -Desktop (undocs.org)

 B. Sexuality, gender-based violence and femicide



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Човекови права во здравствена заштита

Семејно насилство 

Центар за правна помош

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