IWRAW

AcronymDefinition
IWRAWInternational Women's Rights Action Watch
IWRAWInternational Weed Risk Assessment Workshop
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International Women s Right Action Watch Asia Pacific (IWRAW) priorities and activities, namely the promotion of gender equality and women s empowerment, correspond perfectly with the Swiss Strategic priorities as outlined in Switzerland s Federal Council Dispatch on International Cooperation 2013 2016 and the SDC Gender Equality Policy.
'Baseline report on violence against women in Bangladesh', International Women Rights Action Watch (IWRAW), Asia Pacific, Kuala Lumpur.
A new IWRAW guide, New Guidelines for Human Rights Treaty Reporting: Opportunities for Women's Human Rights NGOs, explains the Common Core Document in more detail and is available on this site.
The IWRAW Initiative on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights was established in 2000 as a series of related projects designed to help develop NGO expertise and provide tools for using the Covenant to promote and protect women's human rights in view of the Committee's intention to adopt a General Comment on equality.
International Women's Rights Action Watch (IWRAW) (1998), The Women's Watch, vol.
The International Women's Rights Action Watch (IWRAW) and other international nongovernmental organizations have given their support out of a common interest in getting CEDAW enforced.
One of the most important incentives for NGO participation is a special seminar or workshop for NGOs, scheduled the weekend prior to CEDAW's and the Commission's formal sessions, conducted respectively by IWRAW and the ICJ.
Two valuable sources of information are the newsletter MUJER/FEMPRESS, published in Spanish and covering the Americas region (Casilla 16-637, Santiago 9, Chile), and the publication of the International Women's Rights Action Watch (IWRAW) that circulates throughout the world and reports on advances and problems faced by women (IWRAW/WPPD, Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, 301 19th Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN.
(11) For an interesting overview of ways in which women around the world are using CEDAW to demand their rights, please see IWRAW's The Women's Watch, vol.
Organised by the Gender and Community Development Network (GENCOMNET) and the International Women's Rights Action Watch (IWRAW) Asia Pacific, this training session was held to equip NGOs in Vietnam with the skills to write a CEDAW shadow report.
Alternatively, contact IWRAW or the CESCR Secretariat for information on the status of particular country reports.