CHANGE OF COURSE , The Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) through the Lens of the Women's Global Charter for Humanity

Friday, July 23 2010

From September 14-16, 2005, at the UN headquarters, in New York, member States will conduct an initial assessment of progress in achieving the Millennium Goals that were adopted in 2000. The World March of Women has published a critical document about the MDGs.

Called A CHANGE OF COURSE , The Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) through the Lens of the Women's Global Charter for Humanity, it gives a feminist point of view on the 8 Goals and suggest how some indicators could be improved to really eradicate poverty.

You can download this document

in .pdf : http://www.marchemondiale.org/en/docpdf/MDGs_August2005.pdf bverdiere@marchemondiale.org info@marchemondiale.orgwww.worldmarchofwomen.org

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The World March of Women is a global feminist action network made up of 5500 women's groups from 163 countries and territories. The World March of Women is struggling for an end to poverty and violence against women

Press contact: Brigitte Verdière, Montréal (Québec), Canada: 1-514-395-1196,

World March of Women, 110 rue Ste-Thérèse, #203, Montréal, Québec (Canada) H2Y 1E6

Telephone: 1-514-395-1196 — Fax: 1-514-395-1224

 

 

 

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