Gender equality is a democratic value, being a key element of a modern and just society. The collected international and national documents (conventions, recommendations and related reports) below show the importance, results as well as challenges of the work for gender equality. The content is continuously updated.
The UN CEDAW Convention (Convention on the Elimination of All forms of Discrimination against Women)
Alternative report submitted to the UN CEDAW Committee for consideration in relation to the examination of the combined seventh and eighth periodic reports of Hungary, January 2013, by the Hungarian Women’s Lobby and the European Roma Rights Centre
UN CEDAW COMMITTEE: Concluding Observations on the combined seventh and eighth periodic reports of Hungary adopted by the Committee at its fifty fourth session (11 February – 1 March 2013)
The Council of Europe’s Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence (Istanbul Convention)
UN General Assembly Human Rights Council: Recommendations of the Forum on Minority Issues at its fourth session: guaranteeing the rights of minority women and girls (29 and 30 November 2011)