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31 October 2005
Read and listen to statements from the 5th anniversary of Resolution 1325 in New York. (peacewomen.org)
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'How does change happen?' (awid.org, 30/10/05)

The AWID International Forum on Women's Rights and Development concluded in Thailand yesterday. Find out what they have been thinking and talking about.
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'UN: Women victims of sex abuse' (news24.com, 28/10/2005)

News report from the 5th anniversary meetings - violence and under-representation are still common, but progress has been made too.
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'African protocol on rights of women enters into force' (equalitynow.org, 27/10/05)

Togo ratified the African protocol on women's rights on 26 October - it will now come into force by the end of November.

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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