COVID-19 and gender - Key advocacy points
This brief presents key messages around the gendered impact of the COVID-19 outbreak – such as the impact on women and girls.
COVID-19: A gender lens. Protecting sexual and reproductive health and rights, and promoting gender equality
Discussion of how women are differently impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak from a Sexual and Reproductive Health perspective.
COVID-19: Inclusive programming during the time of coronavirus
Outline of the needs of specific groups in relation to the COVID-19 outbreak and their vulnerability, and recommendations for inclusive programming.
Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on violence against women and girls
This paper presents the first findings regarding the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak response on gender-based violence in several contexts.
Unheard.Unseen. A Global Agenda for Action for 2020 and Beyond
This report provides detailed analysis of the challenges for marginalised women affected by conflict, action areas and recommendations for decision-makers.
Beijing+25 overview guide for Girls Not Brides member organisations
Check out our guide on what Beijing+25 involves and how your organisation can get involved.
Girls Not Brides Beijing+25 Advocacy Brief
Beijing+25 offers important opportunities to engage the global community on the issue of child marriage.
Words & Deeds, holding governments accountable in the Beijing+24 review process
This report includes a geographic sampling of explicitly sex discriminatory laws relating to marital status, personal status, economic status and in addressing violence against women
Investing in Knowledge for Ending Child Marriage Publications Catalogue 2018-2019
The catalogue represents the collective knowledge on child marriage produced by UNFPA, UNICEF and UN Women Country, Regional and Headquarters Offices globally.
Words and Deeds: Holding Governments Accountable in the Beijing +25 Review Process
This report highlights explicitly sex discriminatory laws affecting women and girls and other vulnerable people over the course of their lives that need to be reformed.