Web feeds

UN Women is pleased to provide web feeds for the convenience of our website visitors. Web feeds allow you to stay up to date with the latest additions to the UN Women website without having to constantly check the website for updates.

Available feeds | What are web feeds? | Terms of use

Available feeds

News feed Latest news

Publications feed Publications

Multimedia feed Multimedia

Website updates feed Website updates (includes news, publications, multimedia and pages)

Videos feed Videos (YouTube)

News feed Job vacancies

News feed Procurement notices

What are web feeds?

A web feed is a text file with a list of headlines, brief summaries and links to full articles on our website. Its purpose is to provide our site visitors with an easy way to keep informed about new information UN Women makes available online, without their having to constantly check the website for updates.

Programs that can interpret a web feed are called “news readers” or “news aggregators.” You can use a news reader to subscribe to thousands of feeds available on the Web—like the ones we provide above. Here is a list of news readers that you could use.

Once you have signed up for an online news reader or installed a desktop news reader on your computer, you can subscribe to a feed by copying the URL (the web address) from the web feed logo next to the name of the feed you’re interested in, and add it to your reader. Read the help instructions in your news reader to find out the exact steps you need to take to subscribe to a web feed.

Terms of use

Use of the UN Women web feeds is subject to the terms and conditions outlined in the UN Women Copyright notice, Terms of use and Privacy notice.

If you use a desktop or online news reader to read web feeds, you do not need to request permission to view UN Women web feeds using the reader.

If you run your own website, we encourage you to display content from UN Women web feeds as part of your website. If you wish to do so, please send an e-mail message to the permissions manager with:

  • your name and title,
  • organization,
  • contact details,
  • website address and purpose for which use of UN Women web feeds is intended.

UN Women content reproduced on other websites must bear proper attribution. The attribution text should read “UN Women” or “United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women” or “Source: UN Women” or similar attribution as appropriate. You may not use any UN Women logo or other UN Women trademark.

Please be aware that display of UN Women web feeds may not be permitted for commercial purposes.

UN Women does not warrant or make any representations regarding the use of the results of the information in its web feeds in terms of its correctness, accuracy, reliability or otherwise. UN Women–authorized materials are available exclusively from www.unwomen.org. UN Women takes no responsibility of any kind for any copies of any portion of the UN Women website that may appear in other domains.

UN Women reserves the right to discontinue this web feed service at any time.