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Australian Federal Budget 2024-25 Feminist foreign policy analysis

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IWDA is deeply committed to decolonising our approach to feminism and development.  We recognise that international development has harmful and oppressive roots, and that we must push to transform power within the sector and beyond. This work is critical to our meaningful engagement with global feminist movements and to achieving our overall vision of gender…

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WEAVERS Research Report

Introducing ‘The WEAVERS Research Report – The Women’s Rights Movement in Papua New Guinea: where we came from, where we are and where we wish to go’. The WEAVERS Research Report is the outcome of research conducted by Dr Orovu Sepoe (Lead Researcher) and a steering committee of diverse PNG women’s rights advocates and rights…

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Transitional justice and women’s representation in peace building: Myanmar and the case for Feminist Foreign Policy

February 2024 marked three years since the start of the military coup which ignited Myanmar’s Spring Revolution. For the first time in the nation’s history, women have been at the forefront of the resistance, making up over 60 percent of the resistance movement.

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International Disability Equity And Rights Strategy Submission 22 December 2023 Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

The International Women’s Development Agency (IWDA) welcomes the opportunity to present this submission to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade International Disability Equity and Rights Strategy consultation process.

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AFFPC Submission on the new International Gender Equality Strategy

The Australian Feminist Foreign Policy Coalition (AFFPC) welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the development of a new International Gender Equality Strategy.

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IWDA Stakeholder Perception Review 2022-2023

The objective of the Stakeholder Perception Review is to obtain anonymous feedback from 3 different stakeholder groups that engage with IWDA to share their perceptions of IWDA’s work.

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Space for voice: Evaluation of the Women Deliver Oceanic Pacific Regional Convening Partnership

Following WD2023 in Kigali, members of the Regional Convening Partnership gathered to reflect on what we had achieved, and how we had achieved it. We hoped to identify lessons to support future regional organising for the Women Deliver 2026 Conference, and contribute to multi-stakeholder movement strengthening work more broadly.

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Challenges for Feminist-Informed Foreign Policy: Militarisation and Australia’s engagements via AUKUS and NATO

In this AFFPC Issues Paper, we explore the contradictions and tensions that emerge in the framing of national security threats and whether there are opportunities for more inclusive peace and security as promoted by the principles of feminist-informed foreign policy. For example, amidst this focus on militarisation, when the Australian Labor Party (led by Prime…

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16 days of activism

IWDA has pulled together key information in the form of user-friendly digital factsheets, social media graphics and printable posters, so you and your organisation can join the campaign.

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