Expert workshop facilitators from Women's Learning Partnership (WLP) convened in Beirut, Lebanon in February 2018 to share strategies, methods, and ideas that enhance their work as trainers and human rights advocates.
In response to a wave of regressive sentiment in Brazil's government, Jacqueline Pitanguy, Executive Director of WLP Brazil/CEPIA, wrote a public letter speaking out against lawmakers pushing for anti-women policies.
An exploration of the linkages between women’s rights and human rights, and the continuing significance of rights in policymaking. (27 min)
Jacqueline Pitanguy interview on women's activism, democracy, health and economic rights, and barriers and progress in Brazil
Part of a series of interviews recorded at WLP International with WLP partners following transnational partners meeting, September 2015 (for use in Human Rights webinar). This interview is with Jacqueline Pitanguy, Founder and Director of Cidadania, Estudo, Pesquisa, Informação e Ação (CEPIA), held cabinet position as President of the National Council for Women (1986-89), Brazil.