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NGO Documents & Resources for Beijing+5


La Lutta Continua !!! A Statement from the NGOs or the Linkage Caucus.
A statement and analysis of the outcome document (areas strengthened)


Useful Sources

Beijing Plus Five Host Committee at

WomenAction at

The goal of WomenAction is to be a global information, communication and media network that enables NGOs to actively engage in the Beijing+5 review process with the long term goal of women's empowerment, with a special focus on women and media.
WomenAction develops a communications network and information-sharing strategy that allows women in every world region to participate in and impact on the 5-year review of the implementation of the 1995 Beijing Platform for Action.

European WomenAction 2000 at

European WomenAction 2000 is an information and communication network for advocates of women's rights in Europe and North America and Israel. In June 2000, the United Nations will review the agreements made at the 4th World Conference on Women - the so-called Beijing + 5 review. Women in Europe, North America and Israel are invited to use European WomenAction 2000 to prepare for and participate in that process.

Calendars of Events at Beijing +5 at

UN Beijing+5 Links 

The United Nations and the Status of Women
An overview of UN organizations dealing with gender justice with background information on the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and a history of UN actions for the advancement of women.

The UN Internet Gateway on the Advancement and Empowerment of Women

The International Women's Tribune Center's bookstore, Women.Ink markets and distributes books on women and development worldwide. The 1999 catalogue features a new "Beijing +5" category. Check out their website for all available titles.

UNIFEM has launched a Web site on the Beijing +5 review process. Twelve African Women's Networks, from nine African countries, have set up a Web site that will serve as a networking tool in the Beijing review process.


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