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Gender Concerns Meets With Representatives in Tunis
Gender Concerns International Director Sabra Bano met with the Tunisian Minister of Women and Family Affairs, Mrs. Samira Merai in Tunis this week.
G-Concerns Newsletter February 2015
Our new project in Afghanistan, 2014 initiatives and an interview with Gender Concerns Director about what to look forward to in 2015.
UNDP Gender Inequality Index
Gender Concerns is working toward a gender-equal society, especially in developing countries where women still face challenges. See the Index.
38%! Afghan Women Demand Inclusive Governance
Gender Concerns supports the Afghan Women's Networks's call for government representation that corresponds to female voter turnout.
Launching Bayan II project in Afghanistan
The two-year project aims to link national influencing and awareness raising to the important issue areas of inclusive security and political participation of Afghan women.
Popular Woman Activitst Killed in Libya
The murder of civil rights activist Intisar Al-Hasairi serves as a reminder that more support is needed from the international community to help Libya continue towards stability and democracy.
International Expert Conference Opens on 'Women, Powerful Agents for Peace and Security'
Representatives of Gender Concerns attended the National Action Plan (NAP) UNSCR 1325 conference along with participants from more than 30 countries to share knowledge and take a step forward.
Q & A with Director Sabra Bano: 2015 Look Ahead
Sabra Bano, Director of Gender Concerns International, provides details on upcoming 2015 initiatives and reflects on 2014 accomplishments.
Mission Meets with Candidates and Officials
The Gender Election Watch Tunisia mission representatives observed presidential campaign events and met with officials and candidates including Beji Caid Essebsi.
Engaging for Progress of Women Voters in Next Round of Presidential Election
A delegation of mission partners met with the President of ISIE, the Independent Electoral Commission of Tunisia, and female ISIE staff to present recommendations from the Preliminary Report of the presidential elections.
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