Outcome 3
Change in the perceptions, attitudes, and practices of organisations and movements working on gender and sexuality to become more rights-affirming.

Framing shifts

Begin to consider including women who have previously been excluded from their work. Recognise gender stereotypes that impact their work. Change the way they understand sexuality to include ideas of consent, choice, and pleasure. Better able to make links between gender, sexuality, human rights, and development.

Action shifts

Offer new and/or improved services or work with new groups and individuals. Challenge and break gender stereotypes at all levels of their work.  Work more closely with each other and advocate human rights for all.

Policy shifts

Work towards the inclusion of gender perspective and sexual rights lens in national/global laws and/or policies related to human rights. Include global South perspective in policy development. Include gender perspective when working on local/national governance and accountability issues.

Collective shifts

Join and/or form new networks that use rights-based approaches. Focus less on hierarchies of injustices and, instead, find common ground with other organisations. Connect with each other at local, regional, national, and global levels.