In order to empower and bring forth the human rights of women it is important to have tools that match the purpose. In this section Make Every Woman count has gathered handouts and guides produced by various organisations and government entities.

These guides and handouts cover various aspects of human rights of women and can be used in a range of settings.

Source: Reaching Critical Will

Concern with the use of explosive weapons in populated areas has increased over the last few years, due to the severe harm caused to civilians and the wider community. However, the debate has so far not sufficiently highlighted the specific impact that explosive weapons have on women. 

This publication seeks to draw attention to some of the unique impacts on women that explosive weapons have when used in populated areas. The publication argues that it is important to ensure that women affected by the use of explosive weapons receive the same assistance and legal protection as men, and that they are seen as active agents of change rather than only as victims.

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Source: ICCWomen

The Gender Report Card is one of the monitoring and advocacy strategies utilised by the Women’s Initiatives to track and analyse progress, challenges and advances in the field of international criminal law with a focus on gender justice in particular.

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Source: UN WOMEN
The biennial MDGs Gender Chart depicts the situation of women and girls in developing regions as reflected in a number of indicators that are used to monitor the MDGs. This is a special edition of the MDGs Gender Chart produced by the UN Statistics Division and UN Women, with contributions from other agencies, such as ILO, OECD, UNESCO's Institute for

Source: AWID
This publication in an effort to assess the various mechanisms that have been developed to provide protection to Women Human Rights Defenders at risk, including initiatives developed by national governments, and regional and international human rights bodies.

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Source: Womankind

This guide is for all those working to ensure women's rights and gender equality are central to the outcomes of the negotiations on the Post-­2015 development framework that conclude in September 2015. This includes women's rights organisations and those working on women's rights and gender equality in other civil society organisations.

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