Recommendations and Outcomes of the 12th Triennial Conference of Pacific Women

AUTHOR(S)
The Pacific Community (SPC)
Politics

With the theme of ‘Celebrating our Progress, Shaping our World’, the Conference highlighted the progress made so far towards gender equality while recognising that the Pacific Islands region has a long way to go to achieve substantive gender equality. The conference made a number of recommendations regarding the priority areas of violence against women, health and access to services, as well as on gender disaggregation in the context of the ‘data revolution’. Discussions highlighted actions taken by the Pacific Island countries and territories to improve prevention and response to violence against women.

The Conference Outcome Statements addresses:
• 2013 Pacific Regional Millennium Development Goals Tracking Report.
• Mechanisms to promote the empowerment of women.
• Women’s legal and human rights.
• Women’s access to services – education and health.
• Economic empowerment of women.
• Emerging areas of work.
• Upcoming regional and international processes.
• Additional items raised by Pacific Island countries and territories.

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UN/IGO Document
Submitted by Toksave
March 25, 2021
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