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mapping un conversations on sdgs

The UNGA Gender Mapping Report is a record of what Presidents and Ministers from UN Member States said on eight of the SDGs during the 2017 General Assembly. This is an invaluable advocacy tool for Civil Society to be used when making visits to member states to discuss strategies and plans to implement the SDGs. The following topics were researched:

 

  • 1.       GENDER EQUALITY & WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT
  • 2.       REFUGEES/MIGRANT WOMEN/WOMEN IN CONFLICT
  • 3.       CLIMATE CHANGE/CLIMATE CHANGE & GENDER
  • 4.       YOUTH RIGHTS AND INCLUSION
  • 5.       EDUCATION
  • 6.       HEALTH
  • 7.       POVERTY
  • 8 INDIGENOUS PEOPLE

 

The goal of the report is to provide an analysis of selected UN Member States positions on gender and related topics. The report is divided into thematic sections. Each section lists quotes from the member states that addressed specific issues during the UNGA 2017. The report includes full quotes wherever possible, as well the time-stamp should readers wish to

watch the speech in full on UNTV.

 

The Gender Mapping Report of the 2017 UNGA was researched, organized and written by the eight interns of NGO CSW/NY from Nepal, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the United Kingdom, Pakistan, Italy, China, Colombia and the United States.


You can download the report by clicking on this link.