OxHRH Director Sandy Fredman on ‘Combining Human Rights and the SDGs to Achieve Substantive Gender Equality’

by | Mar 1, 2020

OxHRH Director Professor Sandy Fredman has written an article on ‘Combining Human Rights and the SDGs to Achieve Substantive Gender Equality’.

Her piece, available here, explores how the SDGs and human rights could work together under an intersectional approach to achieve transformative gender equality.

The article is part of a series called Counted and Visible: Insights, which reflects the voices of experts from UN Women’s global conference on measuring gender and its intersecting inequalities, Counted and Visible.

 

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