Women’s Mobilization for Gender-Egalitarian Policy Change in the 20 Years since Beijing
The event aims at exploring the question of how women’s organizations and feminist movements can influence governmental decision-making. What strategies have proven to be effective to ensure policy agendas and laws reflect women’s interests? What are the factors and conditions under which non-state actors can effectively trigger and influence policy change?
Elisa Vega Sillo, Office for Depatriarchalization of the Vice-Ministry of Decolonization, Bolivia
Nitya Rao, University of East Anglia, Great Britain
Anne-Marie Goetz, New York University, United States
Rob Jenkins, Hunter College, United States
Moderator: Valeria Esquivel, UNRISD, Switzerland