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UN Women announces new members of its Civil Society Advisory Group for Latin America and the Caribbean

Monday, January 22, 2018

January 22, 2018.- Four prominent representatives of the women's movement were selected as new members of UN Women's Civil Society Advisory Group in Latin America and the Caribbean. After an intensive selection process which reviewed nearly 200 received nominations, the following candidates were selected: Waldistrudis Hurtado (Colombia), Quiteria Franco (Venezuela), Marilyn Ramón Medellín (Mexico) and Gia Gaspard Taylor (Trinidad and Tobago). More

Call for Applications - UN Women's Civil Society Advisory Group for Latin America and the Caribbean

Thursday, November 2, 2017

The Civil Society Advisory Groups are advisory bodies established at the global, regional and national levels to facilitate effective, ongoing and structured consultations between civil society and UN Women, and constitute an institutional mechanism for dialogue between the agency and the feminist and women's movement on key priority issues concerning gender equality and women's rights. More

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