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March 6th, 2012

As the second week of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) gets underway at the United Nations in New York you can catch up with all our reporting on our gender pages.

Echoing one of the priority themes of the CSW this year IPS reports from India and Bangladesh – Rural Women Are Leading the Way – Will the World Follow? An interview with Liane Schalatek, of the Heinrich Böll Foundation in North America looks at one dimension of this issue – Climate Funding Needs Gender Equity.

Gender budgeting is another focus of the meeting and IPS reports from Warsaw on Little Money to Promote Gender Equality in Eastern Europe.

 

 

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