This is not about the merits of UN, it is about a quick and easy way to give you an overview of data on gender disparities at the international level.
Unless you can name another international organization that has access to such large-scale data, as, say, when it comes to public health - the World Health Organization (UN)? Please, I'd love some names....
Without data, without evidence, everything is subjective.
Whether you agree with the UN and its principles or not, it has nothing to do with still giving merit to the evidence [the data] that has been collected, at a relatively global scale, to influence said policies and proposals for policies.
With you discrediting the UN, because you don't agree with some of its stance, you have basically only made a commentary on where you stand on its proposals and policies.
With no commentary on the implications of the findings from large-scale data which gave rise to such proposals in the first place - which was my aim with those links.
So your main issue with feminism is the label, not what its different branches of thoughts are?I have my own issues with some of the many doctrines that fly the flag of feminism, but, I stand by my statement that the label is important, for separate reasons.
If somebody called themselves a "machoist" or "masculinist" or what have you, would you think of them much the same as you would a feminist?
What connotations would it bring to mind?
Secondly, feminism is not one cohesive school of thought. I have a feeling you don't know what feminism wholly entails.