The articles that compose this publication come from presentations at the Women’s Human Rights Advocacy Training for Faith-Based Organizations and articulate both the religious aspect, grounded in theology, and the human rights dimension, with its standards and working methods.

The objective of this ongoing training is to strengthen capacity to advocate for women’s human rights from a faith perspective. It equips churches and Faith-Based Organizations (FBOs) to better understand and make contributions as civil society actors through the use of specific instruments of the United Nations (UN), in particular those designed to protect and promote women and girls’ dignity and rights.

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