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Even though it is only September 2017, deadlines for CSW 2018 are already fast approaching! See below for some of the key dates.

Oral and written statements

  • Submission of written statements will be open for NGOs in consultative status with ECOSOC from 30 September to 17 October 2017 via United Nations CSO-net. The link to online submission will be posted here on 30 September. We will not be able to accept statements submitted via e-mail.
  • Sign up for NGOs in consultative status with ECOSOC to express interest in delivering an oral statement during the general discussion will be open online from 24 January to 17 February 2018. The link to the sign-up form will be posted here on 24 January 2018.

For complete details and instructions see here: http://www.unwomen.org/en/csw/ngo-participation/written-and-oral-statements.


  • CSW62 registration for NGOs in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) will be open from November 2017 to January 2018 online. Online registration is mandatory for all participants. We are not able to accept registrations by e-mail.
  • All registration-related questions should be sent to the official CSW e-mail address: CSW@unwomen.org. The subject line should read “CSW registration.”
For complete registration information see here: http://www.unwomen.org/en/csw/ngo-participation/registration.

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  1. Rosemarie Alanna Choo-Shee-Nam

    The indigenous women, land titling of Indigenous Communities, land management monitoring of water quality, contours of land protection of habitats, sacred lands amongst some of the concerns.
    Addressing Human Rights issues that address the ILO conventions on basic minimum wage payments, access to Social Services and lots of other areas of protection of mineral right and Right to have their own mining operations on their Indigenous land and the Reservations like Iwokarama to be protected as well.
    Anna Iiles a Development officer, myself as a Researcher have sought the assistance of CUSO for a local conference to ventilate women ‘s issues.
    Bernard DaSilva has been a part of the USAID project which I am sure, he can confirm the conclusion in 2013 but the articles in the Bar Association publication trace the Legislative genesis and the Ministry of Communities on their consultation panel I submitted information via email to managing Office of Maurice Solomon. A media team to investigate reports of flooding, disease outbreaks, trafficking in persons as this was a major issue for some years not just young Indigenous girls in mining districts but young women fooled into migrating for better opportunities.

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