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Advancing Gender Equality Using CEDAW and UN Security Council resolution 1325 Training Module for Gender Equality Advocates Developed by the UNIFEM Regional Project “Women for Conflict Prevention and Peace-Building in the Southern Caucasus”

  • Page 2 and 3: ADVANCING GENDER EQUALITY - USING C
  • Page 4 and 5: Background to Module The Convention
  • Page 6 and 7: Proposed Timetables Introductory Le
  • Page 8 and 9: Session 7: HO #19 - Post-conflict p
  • Page 10: Session 1 (For both INTRODUCTORY an
  • Page 13 and 14: Tips • Agreeing to ground rules h
  • Page 16 and 17: Overall Objectives • To review th
  • Page 18 and 19: Access to material and non-material
  • Page 20 and 21: Background Notes - 15 Minutes: •
  • Page 22 and 23: Part 3 - Formal and Substantive Equ
  • Page 24 and 25: Exercise #4 - Procedure - «Formal
  • Page 26: Handout #3 - Case Study #2 - Differ
  • Page 30 and 31: Overall Objectives • To refresh g
  • Page 32 and 33: Handout #1 - Approaches to Women’
  • Page 34 and 35: Handout #2 - Case Study 1 - “Prot
  • Page 36 and 37: Background Notes - 25 Minutes 10
  • Page 38 and 39: Tips: • Part 2 will prompt a grea
  • Page 40: Session 3 (INTRODUCTORY LEVEL) - CE
  • Page 43 and 44: • Many states have ratified the C
  • Page 45 and 46: • From 192 UN Member states, only
  • Page 47 and 48: 4. Looking at the CEDAW (See Annex
  • Page 49 and 50: Part 2 - Reporting and Implementati
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    Session 3 (INTERMEDIATE LEVEL) - CE

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    • CEDAW standards may become nati

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    Handout #5 - Concluding Comments -

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    Handout #7 - Exercise 2 - Part 2 -

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    Handout #8 - Case Study - Mobilisin

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    Overall Objectives: • Increased a

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    Handout #7 - Overview of Criteria f

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    Part 2 - Inserting women and gender

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    Handout #8 - How policies/programme

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    Despite these positive measures abo

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    Overall Objectives: • Increased a

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    • All three elements of good gove

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    Handout #9 - Overview of Criteria f

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    Part 2 - Inserting women and gender

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    Handout #10 - How policies/programm

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    Despite these positive measures abo

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    Trainers need to start Session with

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    • After holding an Arria Formula

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    Session 5 (INTERMEDIATE LEVEL) - UN

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    • Important to distinguish the re

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    Handout #11 - UNSC resolution 1325

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    Note To Trainers: The final session

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    • The Groups have the following t

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    SC resolution 1325 calls upon all p

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    Handout #12 - Organizing for peace

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    Handout #13 - Rehabilitation, reint

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    Women’s Participation - Applying

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    o What experiences from other count

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    Session 6 (INTERMEDIATE LEVEL) - Pa

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    • CEDAW challenges discriminatory

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    120 o Suppress all forms of traffic

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    Handout#14 - Organizing for peace

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    Handout#15 - Rehabilitation, reinte

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    Women’s Participation - Applying

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    o What entry points are there - thr

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    130

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    Overall Objectives • Understandin

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    SC resolution 1325 o Incorporate a

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    Applying the standards o SC resolut

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    Handout #19 - Women in the Burundia

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    Session 7 (INTERMEDIATE LEVEL) - Pa

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    Handout#19 - Post-conflict politica

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    Handout#20 - Justice and legislatin

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    Women’s Participation - Brainstor

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    Handout #20 - Assessing Women’s C

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    Overall Objectives o To assist part

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    c. What are the opportunities in yo

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    Handout #22 - Assessing Women’s C

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    Bibliography Armenian Association o

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    Annex 1 - CEDAW Annex 2 - CEDAW - O

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    INTRODUCTION On 18 December 1979, t

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    The full text of the Convention is

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    Article 4 1. Adoption by States Par

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    (f) The right to protection of heal

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    (h) The same rights for both spouse

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    Article 24 States Parties undertake

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    Annex 2 Optional Protocol to the Co

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    2. Taking into account any observat

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    Article 21 1. The present Protocol,

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    than men and occupied few positions

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    65. The Committee strongly urged th

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    46. The Government of Azerbaijan is

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    70. The Committee encourages the Go

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    Principal areas of concern and reco

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    provisions, and are sensitized to a

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    achievement of the Millennium Devel

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    2. Encourages the Secretary-General

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