Tagged: Women’s Rights

BLOG: Is Bihar Faring Better Or Worse After Alcohol Ban?

One year alcohol ban in Bihar, India: “We fed the dragon for decades and when it comes to confronting with it now and the harm it has caused, why are we in such a hurry to conclude negative results?” Unpacking the arguments against the Bihar alcohol ban, and taking stock of the success story…

BLOG: Five Points: Illicit Drugs And Human Rights Issues

Our official statement at CND 2015 on cross-cutting issues concerning illicit drugs and Human Rights. We share five perspectives and outline the third way for balanced, broad and humane drug policy that puts children in the center and focuses on women and developing societies…

BLOG: Our High-Level Side Event At Commission On Status Of Women

A Side Event together with the Permanent Mission of Bosnia and Herzegovina attempting an innovative approach to address the cross-cutting risk factors of the three major epidemics burdening women in the 21st century, and offering creative solutions…

BLOG: Introducing Our Parallel Event At United Nations CSW58

The great line-up of amazing speakers who will address the three major epidemics burdening women and girls; and they’ll do this in ground-breaking fashion…

BLOG: Unveiling Brand New IOGT Campaign Inspire Freedom

It’s here! IOGT International’s flagship campaign for women’s rights and gender equality and the eradication of alcohol violence has arrived and with it a beautiful and powerful Community Action Guide consisting of a clockwork of grass-roots actions that together make up a global movement to inspire freedom…