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She Stands for Peace is a new site created by The UN Office to the African Union (UNOAU) with the support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Government of Sweden. It provides information and access to resources on the Women, Peace and Security Agenda in relation to Africa. One of the key follow-ups […]
Launched by UN Women in partnership with the Australian Government this new site aims to spotlight research and resources relating to gender-responsive disaster risk reduction and resilience. It includes sections with women’s voices, policy document trackers and regional resources. The WRD Library provides access to over 1,400 key resources (from PreventionWeb, UN Women and other sources) […]
An academic database created by established university researchers from the region which aims to bring together on one site research to inform all aspects of gender policy in the Asia Pacific region and to highlight the work of local experts.It includes details of academic networks and events as well as links to recent research.
Explore global data on immigration, refugees and asylum seekers in a new visual dashboard created by Our World in Data using statistics derived from United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) sources. It includes migration, refugee and asylum seeker categories. Generate tables graphs and data that can be downloaded for sets of countries or worldwide.
Inclusive Britain: government response to the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities. The release of a new policy to tackle racial inequality in the UK.
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Calderdale, West Yorkshire Archive Service has provided a further transcript of the diaries of Anne Lister. This has been compiled via crowd sourcing, covers 9th May 1822- 25th Apr 1823 and offers insight into early LGBT+ history.
A Stone’s Throw from Westminster, Suffragettes and other Feminists inCamden, is now available online. https://www.camden.gov.uk/local-history-exhibitions-and-events#pxiv It comprises a PDF of all the exhibition boards along with their images. These were originally shown in libraries in 2018. It includes coverage of the census boycott of 1911 and other suffrage activities with the focus on people and events in […]
What Lies Beneath: Women, Politics, Textiles is a 2022 exhibition being held physically in New Hall Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, it also has an accompanying online 3D virtual tour. Images from the catalogue. It is curated by Naomi Polonsky and Lorna Dillon with Koni Borowiak, Laura Moseley, Annie Roberts and Francesca Vella Bonnici […]
Who makes the news in China? Men mainly. The 6th Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) China report, prepared by the Beijing-based NGO Media Monitor for Women Network, has revealed a gender imbalance in news coverage. Women only feature in 25% of articles. Download the full content form the website.
Paud’s Pins – an LGBTQ+ history project An LGBT community archive which comprises over 100 badges belonging to former Gay’s the Word bookshop manager Paud Hegarty. The badges were discovered recently abandoned in an attic. The physical archive is housed in the bookshop in London. Learn more about the campaigns & struggles of left-wing and LGBTQ+ […]