International

How will European and international decisions and treaties affect the Netherlands? The Future Agenda consists of 10 ambitions concerning the equal rights of men and women, which we want to see achieved both nationally and internationally by 2025.

Below you will find a selection of Atria's publications along with other gems from the collection on this subject.

CSW61

Women’s rights advocates have seen their hard work pay off as the UN 61st Commission on the Status of Women (CSW61) adopted a set of Agreed Conclusions.

 Right-to-left: Barack Obama and Maya Soetoro with their mother Ann and maternal grandfather Stanley Dunham in Hawaii (early 1970s)  Right-to-left: Barack Obama and Maya Soetoro with their mother Ann and maternal grandfather Stanley Dunham in Hawaii (earl

Saskia Wieringa memoirs her encounter with Ann Dunham during her visits for research in Indonesia.

CSW59

On 9 March 2015, the 59th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW59) commenced in New York.

situation of women in gulfstates

This study focuses on rights of women and gender relations in Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and The United Arab Emirates.

Beijing +20
 

NGO Review Report Beijing+20
Policy letter

What are the results of the Dutch gender equality and women’s rights policies 20 years after the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing?

Debate Make Europe better for women

The result of the international debate which approached questions as: How can 'Europe' ensure greater gender equality? And what influence can citizens exert on these matters?
 

Unforgettable Women: Human rights and environmental activist Berta Cáceres (1971-2016, Honduras)

As human rights and environmental activist she courageously dedicated her life to the struggle for human rights and particularly those of the indigenous people of Honduras.

Logo CSW60

The 60th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW60) comes at a decisive moment, as the world is experiencing the biggest refugee crisis since the Second World War.

Logo CSW60

The 60th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) took place in New York between 14 and 24 March 2016. The principal outcome of the annual CSW is the Agreed Conclusions on priority themes set for each year.

Qandeel Baloch

The Pakistani social media personality Qandeel Baloch (real name Fauzia Azeem) fought for women’s rights and the right to self-expression.

Russchische archiefdozen van de geroofde archieven IAV

During World War Two, the German occupiers stole many items from Dutch museums, archives and private individuals that were subsequently taken to Germany.

Teaching gender with libraries

A short review of this publication which deals with how to research gender in a library that only holds one copy of 'The Second Sex'