On December 3 Gender Education, Research and Technologies foundation (GERT) held a workshop with representatives of the judiciary system and launched its new publication with the same title. (continue)
In New York, in March 2005, the Commission on the Status of Women will undertake, at its 49th session, a review of the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action and the Outcome Documents of the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly entitled "Women 2000: gender equality, development and peace for the twenty-first century", and consider current challenges and forward looking strategies for the advancement and empowerment of women and girls. (E/CN.6/2004/L.12) (continue)
Acquiring knowledge and skills in using ICTs will raise the awareness and the dissemination of the information on NGO activities and achievements, especially those of women’s NGOs and will help to overcome the digital divide existing on the basis of gender and economic status (continue)
The training workshop identified the common strategies for the development of institutional capacities for promoting the gender equality through the effective use of ICTs and developed an electronic network of national institutional machineries. (continue)
During the period 22-25 April 2004, Maria Gencheva (Legal adviser of GERT) participated in the Forum meeting for European trainers on human rights, peace building and conflict prevention, which was held in Haraldvangen near Oslo, Norway.
The event was organised by the Norwegian Center for Peace Building and Conflict Management (CCM), which is a non-profit and non-governmental organisation, contributing to peace building primary through training of personal working with development and (...)
The YouAct Conference took place in Lisbon, Portugal between 6th and 9th of May 2004. There were more than 30 representatives from all around Europe, where GERT was presented by Christina Haralanova.
The conference raised very up-to-date issues regarding the lack of youth participation in the area for protection of the sexual and reproductive rigths (SRHR) of people. It put together a number of young people to discuss about the problems in their region, and to share ideas for solving (...)