Kate Donald 

Kate Donald is the Director of Human Rights in Sustainable Development at the Center for Economic & Social Rights, where she works on research and advocacy around the SDGs, economic inequality and women’s rights.

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The SDGs and gender equality: empty promises or beacon of hope?

By: Kate Donald  & Silke Staab
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In a challenging global context for equality and women’s rights, a new UN Women report illustrates how human rights can move SDGs beyond rhetoric of “leaving no ...

 

Tackling inequality: the potential of the Sustainable Development Goals

By: Kate Donald 
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Sustainable Development Goal 10 on reducing inequality will require profound changes to “business-as-usual” and close attention to human rights.

Winning a place for human rights in the new sustainable development agenda

By: Kate Donald 
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Though far from perfect, the new Sustainable Development Goals include important human rights commitments and do a better job than the MDGs of linking human rights ...