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Girl in Guinea
While Guinea has made progress on gender equality, traditional norms have remained a barrier to women’s ability to express themselves. Establishing gender as a prerequisite to development in political dialogue could help move the agenda forward.
Alina Orrico posted Information 12 June 2018

#Vacante #Expertise
Buscamos Asesor/a para apoyar la realización de la Evaluación del Plan 
Nacional  para  la  Erradicación  de  la  Violencia  de  Género  hacia  la  Niñez,  
Adolescencia y Mujeres de #Ecuador !  Aquí los TdR:  

One in three women is estimated to have experienced physical or sexual violence during their lifetime – a fact often hidden, and too high to be ignored. We talked to the European Union Delegations in Guatemala and Mexico about their selection for the Spotlight Initiative, and its role in a region deemed the most violent in the world for women.
Blerina Vila posted Information 22 February 2018

Currently only 22% of transport workers are women.

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18 January 2018 to 20 January 2018
in Kevelaer-Wetten (Germany)
Organised byOQ Consulting in cooperation with the Global Academy of Caring Economics

Want to become a Gender Expert?

Thera van Osch uploaded a new Document 28 December 2017

Training on Gender mainstreaming in policies, programmes and projects

Blerina Vila uploaded a new Document 13 October 2017

 

This Thematic Brief provides quick guidance on the most important issues relating to gender, climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction

Blerina Vila uploaded a new Document 13 October 2017

 

This Thematic Brief provides quick guidance on the most important issues relating to gender, water and sanitation

This Brief is addressed to staff from development cooperation agencies who are involved in water supply and sanitation (WSS) programmes.

Blerina Vila uploaded a new Document 13 October 2017

 

This Thematic Brief provides quick guidance on the most important issues relating to gender and urban development.

This Brief is addressed to staff from development cooperation agencies who are involved in urban development programmes and projects.

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