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Litigating the Climate Emergency
By: Zoha Shahid & Seemal Hameed & Simrah Faruqi
Even though special economic zones promote industrial development, such development comes at the expense of land, labour, and human rights.
By: Mayisha Begum
By neglecting the importance of women workers in the Global South as central to systemic change, we risk sustaining a movement focused on the ideals of Northern ...
By: Nora Mardirossian
Trans people experience disproportionate rates of violence and socioeconomic exclusion, leading to poverty, homelessness, and food insecurity. What is the role ...
By: Aintzane Márquez Tejón & Hannah Wilson
Spain is paying little heed to the rights of seasonal workers during the pandemic as long as labour needs are met, and the food supply is maintained—what will spur ...
By: Paulina Madero Suárez
Can new, non-judicial approaches to gender-based violence and harassment in Mexico effectively supplement judicial avenues?
By: Aishu Balaji & Diyana Yahaya & Michelle R. Maziwisa
Trade liberalisation is incompatible with women’s human rights and gender equality when corporations exploit women’s cheap labour as a source of comparative advantage.
By: Kayla Winarsky Green
How can businesses help to reduce the pandemic’s unequal burden on single mothers?
By: Sehin Teferra
Ethiopia needs a stand-alone feminist campaign calling for a new vision of job creation that prioritizes dignified work and decent wages for both men and women.
By: Andrea Bolaños Vargas & Andrea Suárez Trueba
Indigenous women in Guatemala are using the concept of extraterritorial obligations to hold corporations accountable for violence—and to set important precedents ...
By: Surya Deva
If AI and automation are not developed and applied in a gender-responsive way, they are likely to reproduce and reinforce existing gender stereotypes and discriminatory ...
By: Cynthia Trigo Paz
A “gender-neutral” approach to human rights due diligence is insufficient, and corporations should take proactive steps towards addressing systemic gender discrimination.
By: Nora Götzmann & Wangui Kimotho
National action plan processes can—and must—do more to contribute to the realisation of women’s rights.
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