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About Charlotte Bunch

Charlotte Bunch, Founding Director and Senior Scholar, at the Center for Women's Global Leadership, Rutgers University, has been an activist, author and organizer in the women's, civil, and human rights movements for four decades. She is also a distinguised professor in the department of Women's and Gender Studies, Rutgers. She is the author of numerous essays and has edited nine anthologies including the Center's reports on the UN Beijing Plus 5 Review and the World Conference Against Racism. Her books include two classics: Passionate Politics: Feminist Theory in Action and Demanding Accountability: The Global Campaign and Vienna Tribunal for Women's Human Rights

Articles by Charlotte Bunch

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Remembering Sunila, honouring women’s human rights defenders

Charlotte Bunch pays tribute to Sunila Abeysekera (1952-2013), a courageous feminist and human rights advocate within Sri Lanka, and a leader in South Asia and globally.

A Powerful Women's Agency: will the UN deliver?

As the UN moves to create a strong women's agency led by an Under Secretary General, Charlotte Bunch argues that leadership and funding will determine the real success of the new unit and how powerful it will be.

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