Kate Donald 

Kate Donald est directrice des droits humains dans le développement durable du Center for Economic & Social Rights (« Centre pour les droits économiques et sociaux ») où elle travaille sur la recherche et le plaidoyer dans le domaine des Objectifs de développement durable, des inégalités économiques et des droits des femmes.

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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 

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 
Español | العربية

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 ...



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