Explore evidence on increasing diverse women’s access to leadership and expanding space for civil society.
This Outcomes Statement contains the shared learnings, priorities and messages agreed upon at the Women Deliver Oceanic Pacific Convening event – Melbourne.
IWDA’s Feminist Organisational Capacity Strengthening (FOCS) Toolkit is designed to support women’s rights organisations to further align their operations with feminist principles.
This Learning Brief is based on the findings from an independent evaluation of the MP Projects in Myanmar and Timor-Leste. The brief is available in English and Tetum.
This Learning Brief is based on the findings from an independent evaluation of women’s political mentoring programs.
This report is an evaluation of West ‘Are’Are Rokotanikeni Association’s (WARA) Solomon Islands Rural Women’s Economic Empowerment and Leadership Program.
The Women’s Pathways to Leadership research investigates how and why women become leaders, despite significant cultural, socio-economic and political barriers to accessing leadership positions.
This brief provides their recommendations for slowing the spread of COVID-19 and preventing violence against women and girls in Timor-Leste.
This report outlines the findings of a study investigating public perceptions of political leadership and of women as political leaders in Timor-Leste in 2018-19.
Read about the ways in which the WAVE program supported individual women’s leadership, systemic change, women’s movements and civil society organisations, and research, evidence, and learning throughout 2019.
The following review considers literature on women and leadership in Timor-Leste.
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