Afghan women celebrate International Family Day
The crucial role of women in families was highlighted at a Bayan II event on 15 May, the International Family Day. The event was organised by partner organisation Afghan Women and Children Organisation (DSAWCO) by opening the discussions on the role of women in families. Read More
G-Concerns April 2015
Gender Concerns delegates have been in Myanmar on a Pre-Election Assessment Mission. The Tunisia Final Election Report has been presented, and activists from Pakistan met at Gender Concerns headquarters. See more on recent activities.
G-Concerns June 2015
Check out Gender Concerns new initiative tackling social entrepreneurship in the Euro-Mediterranean region, find out about what the Pre-Election Needs Assessment to Myanmar revealed, how Afghan women celebrated International Family Day and much more!
Towards Gender-Focused Electoral Reforms
As recommended in the final report of Gender Election Observation Mission (GEOM) 2014 Tunisia, 300.000 women, mostly living in rural areas, who have been excluded from the electoral process need to be given access to the vote for any future elections in Tunisia. The fact that these 300.000 women lacked the official identity card necessary to cast their vote reveals a gap in Tunisia´s democratic system, especially for those committed to the gender parity agenda. Read More