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12/12/2014 The Gender Team at the OECD Development Centre wishes you happy holidays! We are looking forward to new projects in 2015.

12/12/2014 Read the synthesis report from our online discussion on "Addressing unpaid care in the post-2015 agenda".

11/12/2014 Lisez la discussion qui a eu lieu le 10 décembre pour la Journée des Droits de l'Homme / Read the discussion that took place on 10 December for Human Rights Day (in French): Éliminer la discrimination contre les femmes dans l'agenda post-2015.

11/12/2014 See the Storify from our recent Twitter Q&A on "Why tackling discriminatory social norms is important for the post-2015 agenda".

27/11/2014 Launch of the 2014 edition of the SIGI! Find out more and read the article published in the Guardian

26/11/2014 The Wikigender Connect for November is out! Read more


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Special Focus: Pushing for gender equality at COP20

Tuesday 8 December was devoted to “Gender Day” at COP20, held in Lima this year, to reflect on the role women should have in the climate talks. The Government of Peru announced that it is ready to take a stand for gender, requesting support from IUCN's Global Gender Office (GGO). Peru pledged its commitment to a Climate Change Gender Action Plan (ccGAP), making it the first country in South America to integrate gender into their national climate policy, and the 14th country to commit to such a plan.Read more about the discussions on gender at COP20!


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