- Addressing Gaps in the Defense of Women Human Rights Defenders: A Report on the Strategic Conversation (2011)
This report discusses the lack of awareness and support that is given to women’s issues at an international level and hopes to shed light on the challenges women human rights defenders face regularly.
- Body, Economy, Movement: The Global Women's Movement at the Beijing+15 Review (2010)
On the occasion of the Beijing HS Review, hundreds of women’s activists gathered at a Public Symposium hosted by CWGL to highlight the obstacles and accomplishments in women’s empowerment and gender equality from a civil society perspective.
- Listening to Each Other: A Multigenerational Feminist Dialogue, CREA, Center for Women's Global Leadership and the Youth Coalition (2008), available on CREA's website
Hosted by the Center of Women’s Global Leadership, the Youth Coalition for Sexual and Reproductive Rights, and CREA, this meeting report chronicles discussions on feminist leadership by addressing multigenerational issues affecting women activists, feminists, movements, and organizations.
- Women at the Intersection of Racism and Other Oppressions: A Human Rights Hearing (2001)
Organized by the Center for Women’s Global Leadership at the UN World Conference Against Racism, Durban, South Africa
- Holding on to the Promise: Women's Human Rights and the Beijing +5 Review (2001)
This publication takes a critical look at the Beijing +5 Review from the perspective of women's human rights, while providing an analytical viewpoint on the UN negotiations.
- Feminism in the Muslim World Leadership Institutes: 1998 & 1999 Reports, Center for Women's Global Leadership and Women Living Under Muslim Laws (2000), available on WLUML's website
Women from Muslim countries gathered to provide personal experience for women activists to examine the broad range of efforts that individuals and organizations are involved in throughout the Muslim world and beyond.
- Los derechos de las mujeres son derechos humanos: Crónica de una movilización mundial (Spanish) (2000)
The purpose of this Spanish publication is to create easy access to those who are in Spanish speaking countries providing information about the Center for Women’s Global Leadership. This book includes a selection of testimonies and judges’ statements from the global campaign hearings.
- Les voix des femmes et «les droits de l´homme» (French) (2000)
The objective of this publication is to create easy access to those who are in the French speaking countries illuminating the purpose behind Global Campaign for Women’s Human Rights. This selection of work includes an article on the politics of language and chapters on the concept and history of the campaign.
- Lesbians Travel the Roads of Feminism Globally/La travesía de las mujeres lesbianas por el feminismo internacional (English/Spanish) (2000)
This bilingual booklet explores how the visions and the experiences of lesbian women have been woven into the broader agenda of the women's movement in the international arena, working to reconstruct the journey of lesbian organizing from different regions of the world.
- Local Action/Global Change: Learning About the Human Rights of Women and Girls (1999)
This comprehensive training manual includes the whole spectrum of women's human rights in an "interactive" format by combining the development of rights awareness with issue-oriented activities that include discussions, role-play, story-telling and creative expression in art and music.
- Without Reservation: The Beijing Tribunal on Accountability for Women's Human Rights (1996)
Featuring the twenty-two testimonies and presentations given at the Beijing Tribunal on Accountability for Women’s Human Rights in 1995, this work investigates a variety of women’s human rights violations.
- The Indivisibility of Women's Human Rights: A Continuing Dialogue (1995)
This book presents the voices and perspectives of women around the world that came together to discuss women's leadership in areas of women's human rights at the 1994 Women's Global Leadership Institute, hosted by CWGL.
- From Vienna to Beijing: The Copenhagen Hearing on Economic Justice and Women's Human Rights (1995)
This book compiles the full testimonies and commentaries by women from the South and North about the impact of U.S. policies on their lives.
- From Vienna to Beijing: The Cairo Hearing on Reproductive Health and Human Rights (1994)
This book is a compilation of six testimonies from around the world addressing reproductive health and human rights violations.
- With Liberty and Justice for All: Women's Human Rights in the United States (1994)
This pamphlet develops a conceptual framework for using human rights as a legal and popular education tool as well as for political mobilizing among women activists working in the United States.
- Demanding Accountability: The Global Campaign and Vienna Tribunal for Women's Human Rights (1994)
This book presents a comprehensive history and analysis of the systematic organizing efforts of women prior to, during, and after the UN World Conference on Human Rights.
- Testimonies of the Global Tribunal on Violations of Women's Human Rights (1994)
This publication contains the full transcripts of thirty-three testimonies by women from twenty-five countries at the “Global Tribunal on Violations of Women’s Human Rights” at the UN World Conference on Human Rights.
- International Campaign for Women's Human Rights: 1992-1993 Report (1993)
This publication documents CWGL’s second Women's Global Leadership Institute in 1992 and contains interviews with five of the participants.
- Women, Violence and Human Rights: 1991 Women's Global Leadership Institute Report (also available in Spanish) (1992)
This report documents the Center’s first international meeting on Women, Violence and Human Rights.
- Killing them Softly: the Stark Impact of Sanctions on the Lives of Ordinary Iranians
The brief provides a gendered perspective on the impact of sanctions on the lives of ordinary Iranians. The topic was selected based on serious concerns expressed by Iranian women's rights activists in this regard, who provided great input into the final product. The brief strives to reflect their experiences.
- What the Women Say: The End of the Beginning: Tunisia’s Revolution and Fighting for the Future
Tunisia marked the first anniversary of its largely peaceful revolution on January 14 2012. It has been a momentous year since spontaneous public uprisings involving women and men, old and young, rural and urban, led to the demise of a dictatorship. In October 2011, the first free and fair parliamentary elections in decades took place.
- What the Women Say: The Arab Spring & Implications for Women
In the first of ICAN’s What the Women Say, MENA Region Briefs, crosscutting regional trends that threaten basic norms of democracy, equality and affect women’s abilities to participate in and influence critical decision-making processes–nationally and internationally—that will determine the course of these countries’ futures and the lives of women have been highlighted. Beyond identifying key regional challenges and issues impacting women, the brief provides recommendations to national and international policymakers and the media on the importance of and the strategies for ensuring the participation of women in the formation of just, open, equal and democratic societies. (Arabic)
- Claiming Rights, Claiming Justice: A Guidebook on Women Human Rights Defenders, published by Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development in collaboration with a group of women rights, human rights and sexual health advocates.