ODI, August news
Three months into Sudan’s conflict: humanitarian leaders on the violence, the humanitarian response and the future. Listen to the playback of this event in which a panel of Sudanese and international humanitarian leaders shone a light on the ongoing armed conflict in Sudan and the international humanitarian response to it.
Women Deliver 2023: we can’t let the anti-rights movement prevail. By Sara Pantuliano. Just over a year since the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the Women Deliver Conference in Kigali last month has never felt more timely or more necessary. The Conference themes are urgent in the face of a growing, sustained and coordinated attack on the rights and freedoms of women and girls and the LGBTQI+ community – and, ultimately, of all of us who believe in an open, plural and inclusive society.
Think Change episode 28: how can we counter the anti-feminist backlash? On the cusp of the Women Deliver Conference in Kigali, Rwanda this episode explored the growing anti-rights agenda relating to women and sexual minorities.
LGBTQI+ rights are not just for pride month. By Emilie Tant, Ján Michalko, Leen Fouad, Megan Daigle. Almost half a century ago, the Stonewall uprising at a New York gay bar, a spontaneous act of resistance against police brutality, marked a turn in the fight for LGBTQI+ equality. This moment, in June 1969, sparked a movement, now celebrated yearly in a month-long commemoration known as Pride.
Digitally powered ‘learning to earning’ for displaced young people and adolescent girls and young women. Research reports ~ Written by Susan Nicolai, Moizza Binat Sarwar, Yasser Kosbar. Record numbers of forcibly displaced people and protracted situations of displacement have made economic resilience and self-reliance a topical issue, particularly for young people.