The Generation Equality Forum is a global gathering for gender equality, convened by UN Women and co-chaired by France and Mexico, with the close partnership of civil society. The Forum will be a global public conversation for urgent action and accountability for gender equality. It seeks to celebrate the power of women’s rights activism, feminist solidarity and youth leadership to achieve transformative change.
The gathering presents a vital opportunity to chart the way forward and to accelerate the implementation pace of the gender equality commitments made in Beijing in 1995. The Forum will enable feminist agenda setting and the launch of Action Coalitions that have concrete measurable targets and funding for gender equality for the upcoming five years.
The Forums are scheduled to take place during the first half of 2021, kicking off in Mexico City from 29 to 31 March and culminating in Paris from 30 June to 2 July 2021.
Mexico City Forum Report Conclusions:
The Generation Equality Action Coalitions are mobilizing governments, women’s, feminist and youth-led organizations, international organizations, and the private sector to: catalyze collective action; spark global and local conversations among generations; drive increased public and private investment; and deliver concrete progress on gender equality across generations for girls and women.
Six specific themes are being addressed by the Action Coalitions:
i) Gender Based Violence;
ii) Economic Justice and Rights;
iii) Bodily autonomy and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR);
iv) Feminist action for climate justice;
v) Technology and innovation for Gender Equality;
vi) Feminist movements and leadership.
Read the full report, including the Actions for change: Action Coalition Blueprint: A Global Acceleration Plan for Gender Equality: http://unwo.men/hYiX50EcHzO