Cyber Violence Against Women & Girls

Извор: WUNRN – 11.11.2020

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COVID-19 Pandemic Could Challenge Gains in Parenting

Извор: WUNRN – 11.11.2020

October 26, 2020 - Past research has attributed income-based inequalities in young children’s academic achievement and educational attainment in part to differences in the home environment; that is, to differences in what parents do and the goals that drive their behavior. However, in our studies using data on parenting behavior and parental goals over the past 30 years, we found that income-based differences in parenting have been steadily decreasing.


Persons with Disabilities - Interventions to Promote Sexual & Reproductive Health of in Low & Middle Income Countries - Gender

Извор: WUNRN - 09.11.2020

Also Via SVRI – Sexual Violence Research Initiative

Review of Interventions to Promote Sexual & Reproductive Health of Persons with Disabilities in Low & Middle Income Contries

Shaffa Hameed,1 Alexander Maddams,1 Hattie Lowe,1 Lowri Davies,1 Rajat Khosla,2 and Tom Shakespeare1

For SDG 5 (Sustainable Development Goal 5)  promoting gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls,50 there is limited evidence to support interventions that protect women with disabilities from sexual and gender-based violence.


Cyber Violence & Bullying Affect 1 in 3 Students

Извор: WUNRN – 06.11.2020

Psychological abuse is more common among girls, UNESCO continued, after  identifying “isolating, rejecting, ignoring, insults, spreading rumours, making up lies, name-calling, ridicule, humiliation and threats” as typical treatment.

5 November 2020 - Children face violence and bullying at school all over the world, with one in every three students subject to attacks at least once a month and one in 10, a victim of cyberbullying, UNESCO said.

The warning from UNESCO, the UN organization for education, science and culture, based on 2019 data, coincides with the first International Day against Violence and Bullying at School - Including Cyberbullying, on 5 November.


Addressing the Needs of Adolescent Girls During COVID & Beyond

Извор: WUNRN – 25.10.2020

Direct Link to Full 36-Page October 2020 Report

Also Via SVRI – Sexual Violence Research Initiative


Trafficking in Women & Girls - Report of the UN SG 2020: Conclusions & Recommendations

Извор: WUNRN – 20.10.2020

V. Conclusions and Recommendations

A. Conclusions

46. Trafficking entails human rights violations, which disproportionately affect women and girls.

47. Women’s unequal economic and social status, lack of access to decent work and poverty, as a result of structural and systemic discrimination, increase their vulnerability to trafficking. At the same time, trafficking perpetuates and exacerbates women’s economic inequality and poverty.

48. The drivers of trafficking, in particular women’s unequal economic status, poverty and economic inequality, are expected to intensify and deepen as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, placing women and girls at increased risk.


Interpol Report Highlights the Impact of COVID-19 on Child Sexual Abuse

Извор: WUNRN – 20.10.2020

INTERPOL is the International Criminal Police Organization and we are an inter-governmental organization. INTERPOL has 194 member countries, and helps police in all of them to work together to make the world a safer place. Today’s crimes are increasingly international. It is crucial that there is coordination among all the different players in maintaining a global security architecture.

Scroll down website to click on full 18-page report in 4 language translations below.


Behaviour of both offenders and victims affected by measures to contain the pandemic.


Interlinkages Between Trafficking in Persons & Marriage

Извор: WUNRN – 17.10.2020

UNODC – UN Office of Drugs & Crime

Interlinkages between trafficking in Persons & Marriage

Direct Link to Full 116-Page 2020 Document


UN Human Rights Council Elections at the General Assembly

Извор: WUNRN – 14.10.2020

Earlier today, October 13, 2020, the UN General Assembly elected 15 new members to the Human Rights Council, the UN’s top human rights body, for the 2021-2023 term. With 16 candidates for 15 seats, only one candidate was not elected - Saudi Arabia. China and Russia, while elected, got the least number of votes of any candidate elected in their respective groups.

The Human Rights Council’s effectiveness relies on its members and their readiness to respond fully to the Council’s mandate set out in GA resolution 60/251. A commitment to the promotion and protection of human rights at home and abroad is essential criteria for membership.


Stop Sexism - Stop Gender Stereotypes

Извор: WUNRN – 13.10.2020

Council of Europe - STOP SEXISM BROCHURE

Direct Link – 24 Pages


Right to Food & Nutrition Watch - Overcoming Ecological Crises: Reconnecting Food, Nature & Human Rights

Извор: WUNRN – 13.10.2020

Global Network for the Right to Food & Nutrition

Direct Link to Full 59-Page 2020 Publication

Translations: ENG, SPA, FRE & POR). Watch is accompanied by a supplement with the key messages, images & infographics.



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