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"C’est pourquoi, le 17 décembre 2006, l’on enregistra sans surprise l’existence d’une Résolution 61/164 — «Combating the defamation of religions» — lors de l’AG de l’ONU."
The English version of Jeanne Favret-Saada's essay on the dangers of UN Resolution 61/164.
A statement from SIAWI (Secularism Is A Women's Issue) against UN Resolutions 61/164 and A/HRC/4/2.12 on the "Defamation Of Religions".
At a meeting of the Commission on the Status of Women in New York (February–March, 2007), 155 women’s NGOs submitted an open letter to the UN Member States and the UN Secretary General, welcoming the strong impetus for a specific women’s entity in the UN.
Leyla Pervizat is a Turkish feminist researcher and activist who played a pivotal role in lobbying for the UN resolution on elimination of crimes against women and girls committed in the name of honour. An interview by Soheila Vahdati.
Their interactive website is creating groundswell support for a Fifth Women’s World Conference (5WWC) that in size and influence could be a step toward a change in planetary consciousness through the active involvement of women at all levels of society.
Working paper for Geneva-based NGO committee on freedom of religion or belief and NGO committee on the status of women
Message from Thoraya Ahmed Obaid, Executive Director, UNFPA
Examples of statements in UN documents that culture, tradition or religion may not be used to justify violations of women’s human rights, or states have an obligation to counter violations against women based on culture, tradition or religion.
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