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Trazando caminos para la valorización del trabajo remunerado del hogar

Federación Nacional de Trabajadoras Domésticas (FENATRAD), Themis Gênero, Justiça e Direitos Humanos,

El objetivo del Estudio CAP fue comprender los comportamientos, actitudes y prácticas en la sociedad civil sobre el trabajo doméstico remunerado entre empleadoras y trabajadoras remunderadas del hogar. La investigación se realizó en Brasil entre septiembre de 2019 y enero de 2020, en las ciudades de Rio de Janeiro y São Paulo, a través de…

Explicit and Implicit Legal Empowerment’s Constraints on Corruption

Stephen Golub,

In 2019, Stephen Golub received a research grant from the Knowledge Platform Security and Rule of Law (KPSRL) unit, a Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs-funded policy institute. Through this grant, he has conducted a literature review and related research on whether and how legal empowerment (basically, helping people to know, use and shape the law)…

Civil Society and the Problem of Path Dependence: Why Legal Empowerment Constrains Corruption Yet Still Faces Severe Funding Constraints

Stephen Golub,

In 2019, Stephen Golub received a research grant from the Knowledge Platform Security and Rule of Law (KPSRL) unit, a Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs-funded policy institute. Through this grant, he conducted a literature review and related research on whether and how legal empowerment (basically, helping people to know, use and shape the law) constrains…

Communities at the Centre: Defending Rights, Breaking Barriers, Reaching People with HIV Services

UNAIDS,

UNAIDS’ Global Update for 2019 takes stock of the state of HIV epidemic around the world, including the advancements that have been made and the challenges that remain. (Namati’s Right to Health work is highlighted on pages 134-136).

Gender equality: Women’s rights in review 25 years after Beijing

United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women),

September 1995 saw the largest-ever global gathering on gender equality: the United Nations’ Fourth World Conference on Women, held in Beijing, China. The commitments and actions that Member States agreed that year in the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action remain our most comprehensive and transformative agenda for gender equality and the empowerment of women and…

Why is the resolution rate of confiscated land slowing down in the last few years? (English)

Tim Millar, Sung Chin Par,

The government of Myanmar, under two separate administrations, has been working to resolve land grabs since 2012. Namati, partners, and community paralegals they deploy have been working on land grab cases since 2013. Paralegals collect granular data on every case they support and Namati collects, stores, and analyses this data. This data shows that the…

Why is the resolution rate of confiscated land slowing down in the last few years? (Burmese)

Tim Millar, Sung Chin Par,

The government of Myanmar, under two separate administrations, has been working to resolve land grabs since 2012. Namati, partners, and community paralegals they deploy have been working on land grab cases since 2013. Paralegals collect granular data on every case they support and Namati collects, stores, and analyses this data. This data shows that the…

Estado del ODS 16.3 sobre acceso a la justicia en Chile: avances y desafíos para la justicia ambiental

Fiscalía del Medio Ambiente (FIMA),

En julio de 2019, el Objetivo 16 fue por primera vez sometido a una revisión temática especial ante el HLPF, junto con otros 5 objetivos (4, 8, 10, 13 y 17). En esta ocasión, 50 países se ofrecieron a informar voluntariamente sus avances, entre ellos, Chile que lo hizo por segunda vez. De este modo,…

Closing the Enforcement Gap: A community-led groundtruthing of the expansion of a National Highway in Uttara Kannada

Centre for Policy Research - Namati Environmental Justice Program,

In 2011, the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) proposed the widening and upgrading of the existing National Highway (NH) 17, renaming it NH-66 in the process. It is mentioned in the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report and in the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) that the construction of the highway will reduce traffic, fuel consumption…

Making the Law Count: Environment Justice Stories on Community Paralegal Work in India (Version 2)

Centre for Policy Research (CPR) - Namati Environmental Justice Program,

Across the world, poor communities bear a disproportionate burden of the environmental cost of development. Harmful projects such as polluting industrial units, municipal disposal sites or mining projects are usually situated close to poor neighborhoods. These communities grapple on a daily basis with environmental impacts which exposes them to toxic contamination, adversely affect their livelihoods…

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