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On October 18th, the REDEFEM Seminar – 35 years of the Federal Constitution: Advances and Challenges in the Enforcement of Women’s Rights & I REDEFEM Congress took place at the Rio de Janeiro School of the Magistrature, organized by EMERJ&...

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On October 19th, in continuation of the REDEFEM event – 35 years of the Federal Constitution: Advances and Challenges in the Effectiveness of Women’s Rights & 1st REDEFEM Congress, this time at the headquarters of the National Law Faculty ...

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On October 18th to 20th, the Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP) held a workshop on Values-Based Dialogue with UNFPA representatives from Asia-Pacific countries. The meeting was attended by UNFPA representatives from several countries, including Mala...

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Leila Linhares Barsted received the Carlota Pereira de Queirós 2023 Woman-Citizen Diploma from the Chamber of Deputies at a formal session in Brasilia on October 25th, an award given to personalities whose work or actions have contributed to the full exe...

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In an Open Letter to the General Secretariat of the Presidency of the Republic, more than 60 civil society organizations demand urgency in the re-creation of the National Commission on Population and Development (CNPD). “Brazil is back! We celebrate...

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On October 31st, Leila Linhares Barsted took part as a lecturer in the closing class of the Women’s Extension Course – Green knots at the Fluminense Federal University. The course, held remotely, is coordinated by Professor Paula Curi, and has...

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Fifth Meeting of the Presiding Officers of the Regional Conference on Population and Development in Latin America and the Caribbean In the second week of November, the Fifth Meeting of the Presiding Officers of the Regional Conference on Population and De...

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On November 21st, the School of Collective Health at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) held a class as part of the 7th edition of the Human Rights & Health Approaches Extension Course, coordinated by Prof. Miriam Ventura and with the sup...

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CEPIA celebrates its participation in the 15th Latin American and Caribbean Feminist Meeting (EFLAC), which took place in El Salvador from November 22nd to 25th.  We attended the Free and Safe Abortion assembly, which brought together feminists to exchan...

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On November 22nd, the Brazilian Lawyers Institute (IAB) honored lawyer and feminist activist Leonor Nunes Paiva with the Levy Carneiro Medal, which is awarded by statute to members who have been associated with the IAB for more than 30 years, the institut...

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On November the 24th, CEPIA attended a meeting of the EMPower Collaborative Network, which brings together organizations that work in various areas such as sexual health, art, sport, education, the environment and technology, especially with adolescents a...

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On November 23rd, CEPIA held another activity related to the initiative Latin American Dialogues for Democracy and Women’s Human Rights, developed in partnership with the Women’s Learning Partnership. This initiative aims to strengthen allianc...

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The Committee of Experts – CEVI of the Follow-up Mechanism to the Belém do Pará Convention (MESECVI) held its 20th Meeting on November the 28th and 29th at the headquarters of the Organization of American States (OAS) in Washington DC. At this mee...

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The organization Women’s Learning Partnership, WLP, held, on November 28th, a virtual meeting bringing together its Board of Directors and its partner organizations, including CEPIA, to honor Mahnaz Afkhami, founder and president of WLP who leaves t...

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On November 29th, CEPIA participated in SacLesex, the podcast of the Academic League of Sexual Education at UERJ – State University of Rio de Janeiro. The podcast addressed issues related to sexual and reproductive rights. CEPIA was invited to share...

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