Multilateralism by Women

Multilateralism, cooperation, and concerted action are more needed than ever as we define policy options and economic and financial arrangements to recover and rebuild our societies after the multiple and sobering effects of the COVID19 pandemic.

Tigray Statement

To date, the lack of a UNSC pronouncement through a Security Council resolution or Presidential Statement on Tigray represents a grave vacuum in our global leadership and united commitment to act decisively and swiftly when allegations of rape and other forms of gender-based violence are systematically reported in conflict zones.
Read here GWL Voices Statement.

Safeguarding and advancing women’s economic empowerment in the wake of COVID-19: An opportunity to build back better

Recommended action points required to mitigate the consequences of the COVID -19 pandemic on women’s economic empowerment by #GWLvoices

To the leaders of those countries who can make a difference in Yemen:

No single party is fully responsible for Yemen’s humanitarian crisis and no single party can end it. But EVERY single party has a moral duty to engage in finding a solution. All those involved must now recognize the urgency of the situation and take the actions available to each of them to end it.

Statement on the Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to the World Food Program (WFP)

The pandemic response is already having a gender-differentiated impact as has happened with previous crisis that document how women are hit harder during difficult times.

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women 2020

“This letter is a call to leaders, from all segments of society especially male, to sign on to standing up against domestic violence through advocacy and practical action including resource mobilization to ensure that women’s safety gets the attention it deserves.”