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Annual Conference 2009

Posted on April 18, 2013 by NCRW Communications
Financial literacy is a serious issue facing women and girls as they work to build their financial capability. This week, Mohammed Yunus joined several prominent figures in the world of financial literacy and capability for the New York Stock Exchange event, “Financial Capability: Empowering Girls and Women,” part of the NYSE’s Financial Capability Week.
Posted on May 27, 2009 by NCRW NCRW
May 27, 2009 posted by adminTurbulence in the financial markets has exacerbated the uncertainty of non-profit sustainability. What is happening to private foundations and their giving as a result of the crisis and increased government ownership and oversight?  What is the role of investments by women’s funds and others in creating an agenda for equity and justice?
Posted on May 24, 2009 by NCRW NCRW
May 24, 2009 posted by admin Last year’s UN Security Council Resolution 1820 recognized sexual violence as a war crime. Its passage is often cited as a milestone.  Given so many conflicts around the globe, however, what was this resolution’s real impact? If your heart drops every time you think about the continuing rape in the Congo, you are not alone! For NCRW’s upcoming Annual Conference we have assembled a special panel featuring experts on women, war and security. 
Posted on May 22, 2009 by NCRW NCRW
May 22, 2009 posted by admin
Posted on May 21, 2009 by NCRW NCRW
May 21, 2009 posted by admin Mass media is the heart of many current debates; however, the nature of the media remains double-edged. On a positive side, blogging and other forms of on-line communication have become key aspects of today’s feminist outreach. On line gender related activism and strive for change challenge and supplement the mainstream media. For example, check out this post from Racialicious (fyi, the editor of this fantastic blog is one of our panelists):
Posted on May 20, 2009 by NCRW NCRW
May 20, 2009 posted by admin Did you know that…“In 2002, only 62% of sexually experienced female teens had received instruction about contraception before they first had sex, compared with 72% in 1995.” (from the Guttmacher Institute Or...That over 23% of Latinas do not receive prenatal care in their first trimester? (from the National Latina Institute for Reprodutive Health)How about…
Posted on May 18, 2009 by NCRW NCRW
May 18, 2009 posted by admin
Posted on May 15, 2009 by NCRW NCRW
May 15, 2009 posted by admin This past year has been a whirlwind for women and politics!  The campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin demonstrated that sexism in the media is far from dead. A number of powerful women are playing vital roles in the new administration.  And Obama’s first 100 days proved to be very woman-friendly. Of course, our work is far from done. 
Posted on May 13, 2009 by NCRW NCRW
May 13, 2009 posted by admin With the legalization of same-sex marriage spreading like wildfire in the Northeast  and exciting progress on hate crime protections (legislation passed the House AND Angie Zapata got justice),  what better time to discuss the past, present, and future of LGBT activism? 

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