2030 Feminist Agenda

The 2030 Feminist Agenda and Sexual and Reproductive Rights.

Strengthening capacities for advocacy in the 2030 global agenda and the Catalan agenda.

What is the 2030 Feminist Agenda?

The 2030 Feminist Agenda is an Action Program led by Creación Positiva and L’Associació Drets Sexuals i Reproductius, two Catalan organizations advocating for Sexual and Reproductive Rights. The Program is funded by the Catalan Agency for Development Cooperation.

The 2030 Feminist Agenda works towards the real guarantee of Sexual and Reproductive Rights as the core of Women’s Human Rights included in the 2030 Agenda of Sustainable Development, and wants them to determine crosscutting public policies through the implementation process of this International Agenda at both local and global levels.

The 2030 Feminist Agenda aims to be a Meeting platform for organizations, groups, networks and social movements sharing that the defense of Sexual and Reproductive Rights, Women’s Human Rights and Feminism are at the top of our agendas for action and daily work of influence, incorporating the intersectional feminist and human rights perspective into the 2030 Agenda.

Why do we need a 2030 Feminist Agenda?

The 2030 Agenda establishes one specific SDG to ‘achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls’ (SDG 5) and gender targets on other SDGs, however it does not the explicit recognition of women’s human rights that are left out of the official document and are only included in its political declaration. However it must be said that the political declaration recognizes the importance of gender crosscutting issues in the Beijing Platform for Action and the Program for Action of the International Conference on Population and Development as founding instruments.

Also, sexual rights of women and other groups of people are not recognized in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and reproductive rights are barely there.

Sexual division of labor is barely present and the fact that this Agenda fully trusts the economic growth as the way to achieve development generates many doubts among feminism.


Goals and Actions of the 2030 Feminist Agenda

The main goal and crosscutting action of the 2030 Feminist Agenda Program is advocacy at a Catalan, Spanish, European and Global levels through citizenship and political participation, generating alliances, common alignment with organizations, associations and networks of associations from Catalonia, Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean.

We advocate for the incorporation and guarantee of Sexual and Reproductive Rights into local and global public policies. We actively participate locally as well as at the key multilateral spaces such as the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) and the High Level Political Forum for Sustainable Development (HLPF) that take place yearly (globally and regionally) among others. We always work on a gender and human rights approach and from a feminist and intersectional perspective.

One of the main actions to achieve the program’s goal is creating a Monitoring and Follow-up Instrument of the Catalan public policies regarding Sexual and Reproductive Rights, in order to contribute to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda in Catalonia from a feminist and intersectional perspective.

In order to prepare this tool, a Monitoring Working Group has been set up by Catalan organizations and networks of organizations related to the defense of Sexual and Reproductive Rights from a feminist and intersectional perspective.

This 2030 Feminist Agenda Monitoring Group works collectively trough working sessions and support seminars implemented by experts in international monitoring tools and political advocacy from Latin American organizations adding value with their expertise and vision on these topics.

The 2030 Feminist Agenda will also share a research document with the current situation of sexual and reproductive rights and public policies in Catalonia from a legal perspective.


Feminist SDGs or No SDGs !

In order to make visible the link between SDGs, Women’s human rights and Sexual and Reproductive Rights, we have elaborated sets of SDGs sheets with a feminist and intersectional perspective as an alternative answer to the official SDFs approved by the United Nations.

Up until now we have the eight (out of seventeen) SDGs with a feminist and intersectional perspective.

You can find them in Catalan, Spanish and English on our website: http://www.agenda2030feminista.org/ods-feministes/

We are currently working on the remaining nine SDGs in partnership with organizations with expertise on the topics related to each SDG.


2030 Feminist Agenda Alliance and Manifesto

The 2030 Feminist Agenda aims to build and consolidate an International alliance to defend Sexual and Reproductive Rights and make them visible in the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

This alliance is a partnership of women and feminist organizations, groups, networks and social movements from Latin America and the Caribbean and Europe that was created during the CSW62. Since then, the alliance has worked together collaboratively to consolidate the Manifesto ‘Sexual and Reproductive Rights at the center of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development’ as a common instrument for advocacy and dissemination to make sure Women’s human rights are in both local and global agendas. The Manifesto focuses on the following key issues:

  • Comprehensive sexual education
  • Care Economy
  • Secularism and fundamentalism
  • Abortion and contraception
  • Violence against women
  • Hate speeches, stigma and discrimination

The Manifesto promoted by organizations and networks of associations representing more than 1500 organizations, members of the 2030 Feminist Agenda alliance was launched in the framework of the CSW63 and is now open to endorsements.













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