Entries by Lucía Panero

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Report on Climate Change and the Rights of Women, Indigenous Peoples and Rural Communities in the Americas

Together with other civil society organizations in Latin America, we prepare a report addressing the problem of Climate Change, its effects and impacts on human rights from the regional context. This was then presented to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights during the 173rd session. “Below, we offer a google translate version of the original […]

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Not one less. We move in (the) networks.

Five years ago, on June 3, 2015, after the news of the femicide of Chiara Páez and in the face of extreme sexist violence, we took to the streets and banded ourselves under the “Not a Less”. For this year, one of the slogans is “We are supported by feminist networks”. In the context of […]

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Analysis of the Second Plan Joint Action between Argentina and China (2019-2023)

The following document describes and analyzes the Second Joint Action Plan agreed between Argentina and China (2019-2023) at the G20 summit in 2018. This Plan reinforces the comprehensive strategic partnership between both States and details the actions that will be carried out carried out in different areas such as politics, trade, culture, finance, communications, among […]

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Joint presentation: Document with Recommendations and comments on the draft of the Social and Environmental Policy Framework (MPAS) proposed by the IDB

On the occasion of the process of modernizing the environmental and social policies of the Inter-American Development Bank, more than 50 civil society organizations in the region made a document with recommendations and comments on the draft of the new IDB Environmental and Social Policy Framework to avoid corrosion of social and environmental standards. The […]

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We make comments and observations on the IDB’s Environmental and Social Policy Framework from a gender perspective

From Fundeps, together with the participation of some international civil society organizations, we sent the IDB a document with comments and observations on the Environmental and Social Policy Framework from a gender perspective. “Below, we offer a google translate version of the original article in Spanish. This translation may not be accurate but serves as […]