Brochure: Overview of the rule requiring the exhaustion of domestic remedies under the Optional Protocol to CDEAW by IWRAW-Asia Pacific. The translation into Russian by KARAT.
This overview of the exhaustion requirement outlines its main features as detailed in jurisprudence under the other major human rights treaties, which all incorporate the exhaustion rule, and in the communications decided by the CEDAW Committee as of November 2007.
Brochure: The OP CEDAW as a mechanism for implementing women’s human rights: An analysis of cases No 6-10 under the communications procedure of the OP CEDAW by IWRAW-Pacific. The translation into Russian by KARAT.
This publication analyses the first ten cases the CEDAW Committee has decided under the Optional Protocol to the Convention. As can be surmised from reading the practice of the CEDAW Committee in using its powers under the individual communications procedure of the Optional Protocol is still a cautious and limited exercise.
Brochure: The OP CEDAW as a mechanism for implementing women’s human rights: An analysis of the first five cases under the communications procedure of the OP CEDAW by IWRAW-Pacific. The translation into Russian by KARAT.
The brochure focuses on the five first cases that were submitted to the Committee under the communications procedure of this new mechanism with the view of extracting some lessons from the analysis of each case.
Brochure: Through their eyes. Images of the economic situation of women from developing countries of Central Europe, the Balkans and Central Asia.
The publication consists of photographs taken by women from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Montenegro, Georgia, Macedonia, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Serbia and Ukraine showing women from those countries in their economic context.
KARAT regularly published a newsletter within the project: “FairPlay in sporting goods production”. It contained a variety of articles related to the working conditions in garment industry as well as social responsibility of companies and consumers.
“FairPlay – Empowering Women in Changing Societies” was KARAT magazine published in English by Bulgarian organization Women’s Alliance for Development (WAD) – a KARAT’s member. It was a regional magazine on women’s rights and situation of women in Central and Eastern Europe. In total 9 issues were published in years 2000 -2005. Every issue covers a different topic. Fair Play No 1/2000: Beijing+5 Fair Play No 2/2000: Women and Economy Fair Play No 1/2001: Women and Governence Fair Play No 2/2001: Women and Health Fair Play No 3/2001: Violence Fair Play No 1/2002: Peace and War Fair Play No 2/2002: Globalization Fair Play No 3/2002: Diversity Fair Play […]
This brochure was issued within the project “Gender mainstreaming in the labour market institutions” where KARAT was a partner. The publication aims at introducing the EU standards related to gender equality in the labour market and at presenting the ways of implementing the gender perspective into the projects on employment issues to the staff of the labour market institutions and NGOs dealing with labour market. Published by KARAT, 2007. The brochure is available only in Polish HERE
Outcome document from Beijing+5 translated into 11 national languages by KARAT: Albanian, Bulgarian, Czech, Hungarian, Macedonian, Moldavian, Polish, Romanian Russian, Serbian and Slovakian.
KARAT Coalition translated and published the Report of the Ad Hoc Committee of the Whole of the 23rd special session of the General Assembly (the UN outcome document from Beijing+5) from English into 11 languages of countries from the Region. The print version of the outcome document is available in Albanian, Bulgarian, Czech, Hungarian, Macedonian, Moldovan, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian and Slovakian. Published by KARAT, 2001.