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Convention on the Elimination of All forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) - Guidelines for reporting on Article 14








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    Agricultural policies should redress gender inequalities to ensure that development interventions in the sector are effective and can achieve enduring positive impacts on the lives and economic potential of rural women, men, girls and boys. One powerful instrument for promoting realization of the rights and potential of rural women and girls is the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). The purpose of these guidelines is to provide guidance on how FAO and national ministries of agriculture (MoAs) can support and use CEDAW at the country level as a tool for policy development and programming to achieve equality between men and women in agriculture and rural development.
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    The event will introduce participants to the CEDAW Convention, its Article 14 on rural women and the GR34 on the rights of rural women. Its objective is to raise awareness of the Convention and the general recommendation 34. It will also discuss the role of the UN and the civil society in facilitating the integration of gender equality and women’s empowerment matters into policies, legislation and investment strategies at national level through supporting implementation of CEDAW and the GR34. Re presentatives of the Republic of Guatemala and Botswana will talk about their experience with implementing CEDAW as well as how they can apply the GR34 in the future in order to enhance women’s equitable access to productive resources, services and opportunities in the national context of food security and nutrition. We will invite the audience to contribute with their own experience and questions.
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    CEDAW - A tool for gender-sensitive agriculture and rural development policy and programme formulation
    Guidelines for Ministries of Agriculture and FAO
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    Agricultural policies should redress gender inequalities to ensure that development interventions in the sector are effective and can achieve enduring positive impacts on the lives and economic potential of rural women, men, girls and boys. One powerful instrument for promoting realization of the rights and potential of rural women and girls is the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). The purpose of these guidelines is to provide guidance on how FAO and national ministries of agriculture (MoAs) can support and use CEDAW at the country level as a tool for policy development and programming to achieve equality between men and women in agriculture and rural development.
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    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    “Rural women’s empowerment for improved food security and nutrition” Concept Note 2016
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    The event will introduce participants to the CEDAW Convention, its Article 14 on rural women and the GR34 on the rights of rural women. Its objective is to raise awareness of the Convention and the general recommendation 34. It will also discuss the role of the UN and the civil society in facilitating the integration of gender equality and women’s empowerment matters into policies, legislation and investment strategies at national level through supporting implementation of CEDAW and the GR34. Re presentatives of the Republic of Guatemala and Botswana will talk about their experience with implementing CEDAW as well as how they can apply the GR34 in the future in order to enhance women’s equitable access to productive resources, services and opportunities in the national context of food security and nutrition. We will invite the audience to contribute with their own experience and questions.
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    Convention sur l’élimination de toutes les formes de discrimination a l’égard des femmes (CEDAW/CEDEF): Un outil pour la formulation de politiques et de programmes de développement agricole et rural favorisant l'égalité des sexes 2013
    Les présentes directives ont pour objet d’expliquer comment la FAO et les Ministères de l’agriculture des différents pays5 peuvent soutenir et utiliser la Convention, au niveau national, en tant qu’instrument d’élaboration et de programmation des politiques, de manière à assurer l’égalité entre les hommes et les femmes, dans le domaine de l’agriculture et du développement rural
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    Book (stand-alone)
    CEDAW - A tool for gender-sensitive agriculture and rural development policy and programme formulation
    Guidelines for Ministries of Agriculture and FAO
    2013
    Agricultural policies should redress gender inequalities to ensure that development interventions in the sector are effective and can achieve enduring positive impacts on the lives and economic potential of rural women, men, girls and boys. One powerful instrument for promoting realization of the rights and potential of rural women and girls is the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). The purpose of these guidelines is to provide guidance on how FAO and national ministries of agriculture (MoAs) can support and use CEDAW at the country level as a tool for policy development and programming to achieve equality between men and women in agriculture and rural development.
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    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    “Rural women’s empowerment for improved food security and nutrition” Concept Note 2016
    Also available in:
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    The event will introduce participants to the CEDAW Convention, its Article 14 on rural women and the GR34 on the rights of rural women. Its objective is to raise awareness of the Convention and the general recommendation 34. It will also discuss the role of the UN and the civil society in facilitating the integration of gender equality and women’s empowerment matters into policies, legislation and investment strategies at national level through supporting implementation of CEDAW and the GR34. Re presentatives of the Republic of Guatemala and Botswana will talk about their experience with implementing CEDAW as well as how they can apply the GR34 in the future in order to enhance women’s equitable access to productive resources, services and opportunities in the national context of food security and nutrition. We will invite the audience to contribute with their own experience and questions.

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