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A unique visual tool to capture women’s participation in executive government and in parliament on a given date – 1st January 2015. The map of Women in Politics not only provides a country ranking for both ministerial and parliamentary representation
Like many countries, Viet Nam is facing formidable challenges in sustaining a response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic as international funding shrinks and national resources become limited. Nevertheless, it has announced new targets to rapidly expand HIV treatment by 2020. A
Many aid-recipient countries either do not have a proper national aid policy or have policies that are not strong enough to include strong accountability measures. The IPU commissioned this note to provide guidance on: working together to develop a clear
Speeches, photographs and extracts from the 2015 conference.
These guidelines provide legislatures with necessary elements for the strengthening of research services.
HIV treatment is a cornerstone of the AIDS response, helping to prevent AIDS-related deaths and avert new infections. People are still dying, however, because HIV treatment is not reaching all who need it. This publication lists actions that parliamentarians can
Download this infographic on the statistics and trends on human rights abuses of MPs during 2015 revealed through the work of IPU's Committee on the Human Rights of Parliamentarians.
Over 150 parliamentary speakers gathered at the UN Headquarters for the Fourth World Conference of Speakers of Parliament from 31 August to 2 September 2015 in New York.
This practical guide draws on the experiences and practices of several legislatures. It is intended to help parliaments to take informed decisions when developing their capacity to publish records of plenary and committee proceedings. It will be of particular interest
There are an estimated 10 million people in the world who are not recognized as a national of any country, i.e. stateless. Every year, tens of thousands of children are born stateless. Statelessness is not just about identity but also
Although indigenous peoples make up five per cent of the global population, they account for one third of the one billion extremely poor rural people. In addition, indigenous peoples suffer widespread violations of rights and are often excluded from decision
With the global AIDS response becoming increasingly hampered by the criminalization of key populations, this study aims to encourage and assist parliamentary scrutiny of legislation that impedes effective HIV interventions. It highlights the various processes in selected parliaments that led