MONFEMNET began when 16 women’s organizations in Mongolia banded together to influence the country’s development policies. Today, this partnership has grown into something even more powerful: an explicitly feminist human rights advocacy NGO that is driving the development of a national, broad-based, democratic, sustainable, and transformative movement for women’s human rights, gender equality, and social justice. Based on an understanding of multiple and intersecting systems of discrimination and analysis of power dynamics, MONFEMNET amplifies the voices and power of people at the margins to advocate for lasting change. This includes a conscious effort to build intersectional feminist movements that prioritize diversity and the full inclusion of national/ethnic, linguistic, and sexual minorities; women, girls, boys, youth, the elderly; people living with disabilities, rural and peri-urban residents, and low-income citizens.
- REPORT: Report on “People’s Development Justice”
- PUBLICATION: UPR – Health Insurance and Financing System
- PUBLICATION: Availability of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) and Reproductive Health Services for Youth and Adolescents in Mongolia: Key Challenges to Policy Implementation
- PUBLICATION: On the Implementation of the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) in Mongolia