Daily Links - 19 October

19 October 2005
Creating a system of good governance in newly rebuilt countries, is also a chance to tackle gender equality and integrate women in institutions says the 13th part of the Toolkit (by IA and WWP).

“Argentina: Women take centre stage in election campaign”
(Marcela Valente, peacewomen.org, 14/10/05)
Women have become a significant political force in Argentina over the past 10 years. But gender equality is yet to be achieved points out Marcela Valente.


"Iraq's miracle constitution"
(Reza Aslan, latimes.com, 18/10/05)
Aslan argues that Iraq’s constitution is a remarkable experiment in Islamic democracy that guards against those who would curtail women’s rights.


From the archive: “A space of freedom: the World Women’s Forum” (America Vera-Zavala, opendemocracy.net, 29/01/04)
In 2004, Mumbai's World Social Forum gave greater space than ever before to women to express themselves. America Vera-Zavala tells us about it through the lens of her Indian experience.

Is COP26 humanity’s make-or-break moment on climate breakdown?

This year’s COP26 meeting in Glasgow has been hailed as the most significant climate event since the 2015 Paris Agreement. But what action must world leaders take to put the planet on a sustainable path? And what does this mean for the future of global capitalism?

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