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Freedom of Expression Backsliding Around the World + UN Special Rapporteur Mandate & Report


Protesters demonstrating against last year's military coup in Myanmar. Freedom of expression has been quashed in the country since the military took power, part of a broader global decline. (STR/NurPhoto)

UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Opinion & Expression – Ms. Irene Khan






Gender Transformative Education: Reimagining Education for a More Just & Inclusive Worldqo

Direct Link to full 23-PAGE December 2021 Publication:

UNICEF PLAN UNGEI TE Gender Transformative Education WEB COPY 10Dec21.pdf

Linking education with gender-responsive health and protection services. Tackling complex gender barriers to education requires coordinated investment and interventions across sectors – including water, sanitation and hygiene, child and social protection, gender-based violence, comprehensive sexuality education, and sexual and reproductive health and rights.


UN General Assembly Adopts Landmark Resolution Recognizing a Clean, Healthy, Sustainable Environment as a Human Right

28 July 2022 - With 161 votes in favour, and eight abstentions*, the UN General Assembly adopted a historic resolution on Thursday, declaring access to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment, a universal human right.

The resolution, based on a similar text adopted last year by the Human Rights Council, calls upon States, international organisations, and business enterprises to scale up efforts to ensure a healthy environment for all. 

The UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, welcomed the 'historic' decision and said the landmark development demonstrates that Member States can come together in the collective fight against the triple planetary crisis of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution.


2022 Global Gender Gap Report

Direct Link to Full 374-Page 2022 Report:

WEF_GGGR_2022.pdf (weforum.org)

Gender parity is not recovering, according to the Global Gender Gap Report 2022. It will take another 132 years to close the global gender gap. As crises are compounding, women's workforce outcomes are suffering and the risk of global gender parity backsliding further intensifies.

The Global Gender Gap Index benchmarks the current state and evolution of gender parity across four key dimensions (Economic Participation and Opportunity, Educational Attainment, Health and Survival, and Political Empowerment). It is the longest-standing index which tracks progress towards closing these gaps over time since its inception in 2006.

This year, the Global Gender Gap Index benchmarks 146 countries, providing a basis for robust cross-country analysis. Of these, a subset of 102 countries have been represented in every edition of the index since 2006, further providing a large constant sample for time series analysis. The Global Gender Gap Index measures scores on a 0 to 100 scale and scores can be interpreted as the distance covered towards parity (i.e., the percentage of the gender gap that has been closed). The cross-country comparisons aim to support the identification of the most effective policies to close gender gaps.

Извор: WUNRN – 29.07.2022




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