Resources

NEWSLETTERS
Every other month, GenderHopes publishes a newsletter covering developments and news on women’s rights, violence against women and gender equality. It also features updates from GenderHopes and from our partners and a section “watch for..” covering events. The newsletter also features an “Interview of the Month” with a relevant person or organisation working in the field of gender equality.

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INTERVIEW OF THE MONTH
Since August 2013, GenderHopes is featuring an “Interview of the Month” in its newsletter, with a relevant person or organisation working in the field of gender equality.

August 2013: Lauren Wolfe, Director of Women Under Siege Project. Read the full interview here

October 2013: Lindsay Morris, Advocate for Girls’ Rights and Campaign Strategist for Girl Rising. Read the full interview here.

December 2013: Carolyn Hayman, Chief Executive, Peace Direct. Read the full interview here.

February 2014: Rainatou Sow, Director, Make Every Woman Count. Read the full interview here

April 2014: Elizabeth Dearborn Hugues, Co-founder and CEO, Akilah Institute for Women. Read the full interview here

June 2014: Safeena Husain, Founder and CEO, Educate Girls, India. Read the full interview here

August 2014: Nadine Niyitekega, Communications Associate, Akilah Institute for Women, Rwanda. Read the full interview here

October 2014: Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Writer, Director and Producer of the documentary Miss Representation. Read the full interview here

December 2014: Dr. Sam Collins, Founder and CEO, Aspire Trailblazing Women. Read the full interview here.

February 2015: Dr. Michael Kimmel, Founder and Director of the Center for the Studies of Men and Masculinities, Stony Brook University. Read the full interview here

April 2015: Elizabeth “Lizzie” Armitstead, Professional Cyclist, Road World Champion. Read the full interview here.

June 2015: Hilde Haneuse, President, Femmes Leaders Mondiales Monaco. Read the full interview here.

August 2015: Tola Onigbanjo, co-Founder, Women4Africa Awards. Read the full interview here.

October 2015: Melissa Hillebrenner, Director, Girl Up, UN Foundation Initiative. Read the full interview here.

December 2015: Judy Churchill, Founder of New Women Networking. Read the full interview here.

February 2016: David Brockway, Great Men Project Manager, The Great Initiative. Read the full interview here.

April 2016: Susie Wolff, retired F1 racing driver, founder of Dare to be Different, Read the full interview here.

June 2016: Hanna Naima McCloskey, Founder and CEO of Fearless Futures. Read the full interview here.

August 2016: Let Toys Be Toys. Read the full interview here.

October 2016: Nora Fyles, Director, United Nations Girls Education Initiative (UNGEI). Read the full interview here.

December 2016: Paula Radcliffe, runner, women’s world record holder in marathon running. Read the full interview here.

February 2017: Ifrah Ahmed, President of the Ifrah Foundation to combat FGM. Read the full interview here.

April 2017: Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, Lawyer and Chair of Inspiring Girls. Read the full interview here.

June 2017: Kim Simplis Barrow, First Lady of Belize, Special Envoy for Women and Children. Read the full interview here.

RESOURCES

More resources on this page are coming soon. This page will provide information on relevant tools and links on resolutions on gender-based violence, including UNSCR 1325, 1820, 1888, 1889, 1960, 2106 , 2122 and the Convention to Eliminate All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).