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Drawn from past UNA-USA visionaries, such as Eleanor Roosevelt, UNA Women takes direction from the interests and passions of current UNA-USA members who convene in person and virtually, to advance important and timely issues related to women and girls. UNA Women advocates for UN programs that further women's rights and empowerment nationally and internationally. Participation in UNA Women is open to any current UNA-USA member.

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International Women's Day (March 8th)

This past International Women’s Day we applied our commitment to girls’ and women’s rights and wellbeing by participating in a direct service campaign, “Activate for Equality: A Day of Service for International Women’s Day.” This is a perfect guide to encouraging others to activate for the common goal of gender equality and more!

 

For more information on successful UNA activities surrounding International Women’s Day, toolkits, and more, please visit here!

 

UNA Women at the Commission on the Status of Women

The 61st Commission on the Status of Women (CSW61) is taking place March 13-24, 2017 at United Nations Headquarters in New York City. UNA Women will have 15 official delegates attending CSW61, in addition to dozens of other members from around the country. The focus of CSW61 is Women’s Economic Empowerment in the Changing World of Work. To follow the action of this historic CSW session through the eyes of UNA Women delegates, check out the UNA Women Facebook page and UNA Women Blog for updates.

 

Get Involved: Cities for CEDAW

Cities for CEDAW is a nationwide, grassroots effort to encourage local governments to support the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) by way of local ordinances and resolutions. UNA Women members from across the country are already making progress in getting local governments to recognize the principles of CEDAW in places like Louisville, Washington DC and Kansas City. If you are interested in getting involved with the Cities for CEDAW movement, please email Rachel Pittman for more details.

 

Focus Areas

Peace & Security           Political and Economic Empowerment
Environment  Violence Against Women
Human Rights National Planning & Budgeting

 

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