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CSW58 News

Statement by UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka on the outcome of the 58th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (New York, 22 March, 2014) [also available in español and français]

Agreed Conclusions [also available in español and français].

Collecting and carrying water, burdensome reality for women (New York, 21 March, 2014)

Press release: UN Women and Cherie Blair Foundation for Women form new partnership to accelerate women’s economic empowerment (14 March)

Media advisory: CSW side event "Voices of African Women and Girls for the Post-2015 Development Agenda" (13 March)

I Got Flowers Today: Ending violence against women – the missing MDG (11 March)

Press release: Progress for women in politics, but glass ceiling remains firm (11 March) [español ; français]

Media advisory: Press Conference: Where are the women in politics? (10 March)

Press release: Development in jeopardy as gaps in progress for women and girls persist [español ; français]

Media advisory: UN’s Commission on the Status of Women to assess progress for the world’s women through the Millennium Development Goals

News prior to CSW58

Press release: UN Women and Intel aim to connect 5 million women in Africa

Press release: Targeted actions required to increase and improve women’s work opportunities

Media advisory: UN Women Executive Director to brief press on eve of International Women’s Day and the 58th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women

Women’s Empowerment Principles event to focus on gender equality and the global jobs challenge

Member States and civil society organizations in Asia-Pacific endorse a stand-alone gender equality goal for post-2015

Latin American and Caribbean countries call for stand-alone goal in strong pre-CSW declaration

African Union gender equality ministers adopt common position on the post-2015 development agenda