Feminist Task Force
The Feminist Task Force was launched in March, 2005 when leaders of international women's rights groups met in New York to attend the annual meeting of the UN Commission on the Status of Women. This alliance aims to put gender equality at the core of poverty eradication, framing poverty as a women's issue and calling for "Gender Equality to End Poverty."
Learn more about the Feminist Task Force on their website, or scroll below to read action alerts from this GCAP Constituency member.
Feminist Task Force Action Blog
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Open Working Group Side Event: "Implementing a Just, Inclusive, Equal and Sustainable Development Agenda"01/08/2014 - 04:03 | 0comments
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"The Global Call to Action Against Poverty can take its place as a public movement alongside the movement to abolish slavery and the international solidarity against apartheid." ~ Nelson Mandela. GCAP honours Mandela's words as we fight for justice and commemorate Int'l Rural Women's Day, World Food Day and Int'l Day for the Eradication of Poverty. Watch Mandiba's famous Make Poverty History speech.
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