[Translate to English:] Ausbeutung und Menschenhandel in der Erntearbeit

Arbeitsbedingungen in der Ernte – Zunahme von Ausbeutung und Menschenhandel im Zeichen von Corona?

Abhängigkeitsverhältnisse und die Angst den Arbeitsplatz zu verlieren halten Erntearbeiter*innen davon ab, Arbeitsausbeutung und Menschenhandel zu melden. Erfahren Sie mehr darüber im VIDC/IOM Workshop am 15.10.2020

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Exploited and unprotected: Agricultural workers under Corona

By Stefania Prandi and Pascale Müller

Stefania Prandi and Pascale Müller have investigated the working conditions of thousands of agricultural workers all over Europe, which have drastically worsened through COVID-19.

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Clinic in Rwanda, ©IPPF/Jane Mingay

“Global COVID-19 recovery plans need a gender audit.”

An interview with Annette Mukiga by Nadja Schuster (VIDC)

A. Mukiga, expert on gender and development, sheds light on the impact of the pandemic on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Rwanda and discusses ways towards a feminist response.

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Cyber Violence against Women and Girls is increasing – particularly in times of COVID-19

By Barbara Brečko and Nicholas Spetsidis

During the pandemic, the use of the Internet has increased between 50 % to 70 %. What consequences did lock-downs and restrictions have on cyber violence? The CYBERSAFE Project by WAVE addresses violence on the Internet.

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No Peace Without Women

Report from the panel discussion on 22 August 2020

The discussion focused on the 20th anniversary of UN Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security and was part of the AKIS conference "20 Years of Banu - First Independent Afghan Women's Magazine".

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Naya Rajab, Syrian refugee in Lebanon

Vulnerability Amplified: a glimpse into the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on LGBTIQ people around the world

By Amie Bishop / Outright Action International

In this global pandemic, LGBTIQ persons, due to pre-existing stigma, discriminiation and exclusion, are hit particularly hard, as a new global study by the human rights organisation Outright Action International shows.

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Women protesting for tax justice in India.

Tax justice and gender in the face of COVID-19

By Caroline Othim

Tax systems are not gender-blind, nor is the current health and economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. Policy responses have to include a gender perspective.

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Medical examination during the COVID-19 pandemic in Yemen.

Peace is the Prerequisite. On COVID-19 amid the War in Yemen

By Somaja Al Thawr

The COVID-19 crisis has worsened the humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen in the midst of the ongoing armed conflict. Yet, NGOs such as Women4Yemen continue to fight for peace.

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No Peace without Women - Women's inclusion at the peace table in Afghanistan

By Waslat Hasrat Nazimi

How sustainable is peace without the inclusion of women? In the year of the 20th anniversary of the UNSCR 1325 “Women, Peace and Security”, women in Afghanistan fight for more participation in the peace negotiations.

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Girl in Calcutta, India walks with collected waste in front of a Corona awareness poster.

The COVID-19 pandemic: sexual and reproductive health and rights under pressure

By Tania Napravnik and Sara Soltani

Due to overwhelmed health systems, restrictions in mobility, disruption of services and isolation the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and girls all over the world are at risk.

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