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Indigenous Information Network (IIN) is deeply involved in promoting gender equality by mainstreaming gender in all its projects and programme. We undertake this through several activities such as building capacity of indigenous Peoples locale communities, women and youth and ensure that men and women, girls and boys become involved collectively. enhancing the level of awareness and advocating for Women’s rights to enable them participate fully in all areas of social and economic development.
Through partners, Indigenous Information Network has ongoing programs and projects on gender issues that aim to empowering women groups, among other groups to participate fully with other Indigenous Peoples and local communities at all levels on gender issues. In addition, Indigenous Information Network partners with government authorities, donors, Non-Governmental Organizations, and community organizations to ensure gender mainstreaming in all spheres of human development are in cooperated.
60th Session United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW60) – Indigenous Information Network and Indigenous Women Forum Activities