INSTRAWInstitute for Research and training for the Advancement of Women
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Joint Statement of DAW, INSTRAW, OSAGI and UNIFEM on the Occasion of the Establishment, by the General Assembly, of the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women, available at http://www.
Membership by election to one of the Unions leading figures, Souad Ibrahim Essa, as Sudan's representative in INSTRAW (the United Nations Institute for Studies and Research for the Development of Women) in the Dominican Republic.
21) International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women, Measurement and Valuation of Unpaid Contribution, Accounting Through Time and Output (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, United Nations INSTRAW, 1995).
Se crearon oficinas y espacios especializados en el sistema de Naciones Unidas como UNIFEM e INSTRAW.
UNIFEM, OSAGI, and INSTRAW into a newly established "United Nations
2002: 11-31; INSTRAW y OIM, 2007; Khoudour-Casteras y Utge-Royo, 2009; Micolta Leon, 2007: 1-25; Murillo M.
Two more expert meetings were organized: in the Philippines in 1995 (with UNESCO) and in Santo Domingo in 1996 (with INSTRAW and PRIO).
Santo Domingo, Republica Dominicana: United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women, INSTRAW.
Massolo, Alejandra (2006), Nueva institucionalidad local de genero en America Latina, Santo Domingo, INSTRAW.
INSTRAW (2005) Genero, Gobernabilidad y Participacion Politica de las Mujeres.
The following is an extract of Laurent Duvillier's interview with Colette Lespinasse, Coordinator of the Haitian NGO Groupe d'Appui aux Rapatries et Refugies (GARR, Support Group for Repatriates and Refugees), originally publish in the INSTRAW Review, January 2006, available on-line at http://www.
This deconstruction of motherhood is a recurring theme in the INSTRAW booklet, where the following quote from Maureen Macintosh appears: "[N]othing in the fact that women bear children implies that they exclusively should care for them throughout childhood.