WEDO/WIDE/GCAP press release on the occasion of the UN General Assembly High-Level Dialogue on Financing for Development (FfD).

Studies suggest that initiatives on gender equality and women’s empowerment have not been effectively included in the development process, despite a commitment to do so in the Monterrey Consensus—the agreement adopted at the 2002 FfD conference. Women’s machineries and programs have also been grossly under funded.

Press Release for FfD, Oct 22: Civil Society Groups Sound the Alarm

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