1. “Free and Equal” – World Day against Homophobia

    17/05/2018

    Dianoval supports the United Nations campaign “Free and Equal” and calls on the global community to ensure equal treatment LGBTI people

  2. Civil Society Hearing on cannabis at the INCB

    11/05/2018

    Civil society representatives present their views on the use of cannabis for medical and non-medical purposes to the Board members of INCB

  3. ECLAC – The Role of Civil Society in the 2030 Agenda

    04/05/2018

    The effective impact of civil society organizations in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals was among the topics discussed at the ECLAC meeting in Chile

  4. Bringing Rural Women and Girls to the Centre

    03/05/2018

    Addressing the needs of rural women and girls is an imperative asset to our world and global economy

  5. 4th meeting of the Partners for Review

    02/05/2018

    Dianova strengthens partnership for the monitoring and review of the Sustainable Development Goals

  6. Poverty vs. Empowerment of Women in Kenya

    30/04/2018

    Slum Child Foundation, an associate member of Dianova International, has created a successful microcredit program that helps women start a business

  7. Death Penalty, a Solution to the Opioid Crisis?

    27/04/2018

    Overdoses increased by 30% between 2016 and 2017;  in order to face the crisis, the White House might consider following the “example” of Philippines

  8. Lessons from CSW62

    24/04/2018

    Leaving no one behind on gender equality includes making all necessary efforts to improving all aspects of the living conditions of women and girls from rural communities

  9. “Millions of Girls Never Set Foot in the Classroom”

    23/04/2018

    Young girls living in rural communities are especially at risk because of lack of education, ingrained harmful practices, and gender-specific violence

  10. Rural Women and Technology

    18/04/2018

    Becoming part of the digital world is crucial to empowering women and girls who can learn marketable digital skills, create career pathways, and go beyond gender stereotypes