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  • The post-2015 framework needs to address the social norms that hold women back, with clear transformative indicators to track progress throughout women's life cycle.

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Unpaid care in the post-2015 agenda


The four lead discussants are:

Alison Aggarwal (Australian Human Rights Commission), Deepta Chopra and Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed (IDS) and Valeria Esquivel (UNRISD)

Open from 20 to 24 October 2014


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Special Focus: Engaging men and boys for gender equality

On 20 September, UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson delivered an inspiring speech at a special event for the launch of the #HeForShe global campaign, calling on men to be involved in actions to reach gender equality. On 6 October, Iceland announced at the UN that they would be holding a conference on gender equality in January 2015, with a special focus on addressing violence against women. This announcement was also widely reported by the media as only men and boys are invited to participate in this upcoming conference. This Special Focus focuses on engaging men and boys for gender equality through various articles and blogs on the issue.


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