Women’s Rights & Voice

Our focus was on strengthening women's voice and agency to influence the 
decisions
that affect their own lives and those of their communities and societies
by supporting women's leadership, participation and political empowerment.

We supported the most marginalised women to improve their capacity to
exercise their human rights and hold their local and national governments
 and state bodies to account for the resources and services which are theirs
  by right. We combined this with direct support for secure jobs and
livelihoods, gender-responsive health care, mobility and freedom from violence.

One World Action 2011
An analysis of work to defend the rights of refugee women.


Michael Clulow, with revisions by Felicity Manson 2005
An interrogation of how women can claim their citizenship and exercise their rights.

Michael Clulow.  Revisión:  Felicity Manson  2005

Michael Clulow 2005
A systematisation of national studies carried out by five feminist organisations.

Michael Clulow.  Revision:  Felicity Manson  2005
Identification of the most important lessons from the work of five feminist organisations.

Michael Clulow.  Revisión:  Felicity Manson  2005

Michael Clulow  2005
A synthesis of the experiences and lessons learnt by Central American women.

Michael Clulow 2004

Michael Clulow 2003

Michael Clulow 2003

CEM-H, Grupo Venancia, Las Dignas, Las Mélidas,Tierra Viva, and One World Action  2005

CEM-H, Grupo Venancia, Las Dignas, Las Mélidas,Tierra Viva, and One World Action  2005

Dina M. Siddiqi  2003
Analysis of a justice delivery model that has a substantial and sustainable impact

Helen O’Connell (ed) 2001
Understanding the links between access to justice under the law and social and economic justice.