Appeal of the 1000 feminists against the European Constitution

Monday 16 May 2005 Christina Haralanova
We, the women of Europe state for building an antipatriarchal, secular, anti-militar and anti-racist Europe of rights and equality between women and men. (continue)

Gender discrimination and the Burden of Proof in EU Legislation

Wednesday 13 April 2005
This publication is part of a project of GERT entitled "Supporting the Judicial System in the Implementation of the Antidiscrimination Law in Bulgaria through Analysis of the existing Policies and Case Law in EU in the field of Gender Equality". The project is implemented within the framework of the Judicial Development Project in Bulgaria of the East West Management Institute.
The main themes of the book are the EU policy and legislation in the area of Gender equality, EU directives in (...) (continue)

New publications for prevention of health and sexual violence

Tuesday 12 April 2005
In the frames of a Training of Trainers project for prevention of trafficking and sexual exploitation of children GERT published two new brochures. (continue)

Women’s Global Charter for Humanity

Monday 4 April 2005
The Women’s Global Charter for Humanity is a political platform containing 17 practical demands for the elimination of poverty throughout the world, wealth sharing, the eradication of violence against women and the respect of women’s physical and moral integrity. (continue)

Using the new information technologies for enhancing women’s employability

Thursday 30 December 2004
Statement of the NGO voice at the UNECE meeting in preparation of Beijing+10, Geneva 14.12.2004 (continue)

Using GEM to evaluate effectiveness of ICTs for campaigning among youth

Saturday 24 April 2004 Jivka Marinova , Lenka Simerska
Context Situation to ITU’s World Telecommunication Development report 2002 Bulgaria belongs to lower middle income countries (second poorest out of 4 groups of world country economies). It is a country of population 7.90 million with GDP US$ 1’473 per capita and density of 73 persons per km2. Its teledensity is quite high; in fact Bulgaria managed to increase it despite declining GDP in the past few years. Like other countries in transition to market (...) (continue)

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