SPW Working Paper, No. 10 – Emerging powers: Can it be that “sexuality and human rights” is a ‘lateral issue’?
This article shares ideas discussed in the project first round of conversation, which was held in Rio in July 2013, and includes an analysis – originally presented at a panel at Conectas’ 13th International Human Rights Colloquium, held in São Paulo in the same year – on the way rising powers, since their emergence, have behaved in multilateral debates around human rights, gender and sexuality. It has been originally published in the 10th Anniversary commemorative edition of SUR Journal (Edition V.11-N.20- Jun/2014)Read more
New issue of SUR – International Journal on Human Rights
The new issue of SUR – International Journal on Human Rights celebrates its 10th anniversary with 55 articles on the challenges and sucesses of the human rights movement. Click here to read the issue, that brings an article by SPW co-chair Sonia Corrêa analysing how emerging powers – Brazil, Russia, China, India and South Africa […]Read more
SPW at the Civil Society Dialogues parallel to the VI BRICS Summit
In 2013, Sexuality Policy Watch began a new line of work aimed at critically examining how sexuality, gender and human rights are located in the context of novel geopolitical and economic formations, or the so called emerging powers, in particular ‘BRICS’ and IBSA. We have therefore invited partners in research and activism, based in the […]Read more
Declaration of women’s and feminists movements
At the VI Summit of President of BRICS We, the networks and the feminist movements of the global South, that gathered in Fortaleza, 14-16 July on the occasion of the VI Summit of the Heads of State of the BRICS countries, are committed to social transformation and the construction of truly democratic secular states that […]Read more