What can national action plans on business and human rights do for women’s rights?What can national action plans on business and human rights do for women’s rights?

National action plan processes can—and must—do more to contribute to the realisation of women’s rights.

National action plan processes can—and must—do more to contribute to the realisation of women’s rights.

By: Nora Götzmann & Wangui Kimotho
February 27, 2020
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Why is time relevant to human rights?

Focusing on the long term while acting in the short term could help the human rights movement meet growing challenges like the climate crisis and populist authoritarianism, explains César Rodríguez.
 



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