تهدف الدراسة إلى التعرف على واقع الشابات في التعليم والتدريب المهني والتقني في الضفة الغربية وقطاع غزة، وذلك من خلال التركيز على كل من العرض والطلب من السوق على التخصصات المختلفة، بالإضافة إلى سبل تفعيل دور التعليم والتدريب المهني والتقني في تعزيز موقع وف
الدليل هو عبارة عن وثيقة تحتوي على أدلة لقياس تطور وضع المرأة في مجالات عمل المنظمة السبع (السياسة-الاقتصاد- الاجتماعية- الصحة- التعليم- الإعلام- القانون). يهدف الدليل إلى أن يعكس واقع المرأة العربية ودرجة تطورها، ويمكنه أن يقدم صورة صادقة عن أحوال المرأة العربية كونه يتسم بدرجة عالية من المصداقية، فيعمل كدليل مرشد للسياسات الهادفة لتطوير المجتمعات العربية من خلال تطوير أوضاع أحد مكونيها الرئيسيين، ألا وهو المرأة المواطنة.
البيان الختامي الصادر عن المؤتمر العربي الإقليمي لحماية الأسرة من العنف المنعقد ما بين 13-15/01/2005 بعمان وفيه تلخيص لفعاليات المؤتمر والتوصيات الصادرة عنه من أجل نبذ العنف الأسري ومعالجة أسبابه والقضاء عليه
This Learning Resource Kit for Gender-Ethical Journalism and Media House Policy is the result of collaboration between the World Association of Christian Communication (WACC) and the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) to redress gender disparit
Since 1995 the Global Media Monitoring. Project has been documenting the deep denial of women’s voices in the world’s news media. The project has its roots in one of the central and enduring preoccupations of the women’s movement world-wide: the politics
The report,” New Tunisian Legislative Framework”, is an analysis of the two recent major laws aimed at regulating free speech and media issues in Tunisia: Decree 115 of 2011 (Decree 115/2011), on the Press, Printing and Publishing, and Decree 116 of 2011
Ce document initié par la commission de lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes de l’ATFD, avec le soutien de « Open Society Foundations », présente des réflexions sur « le traitement médiatique et les pratiques journalistiques relatifs aux violences faites aux femmes » qui s’inscrivent dans le cadre de l’initiation par les journalistes d’un processus pour un changement de l’image de la femme dans les médias en tant que vecteurs de démocratie. Ce document présent les différentes formes de violence à l’égard des femmes ou violences sexistes, le traitement médiatique et les pratiques journalistiques des violences sexistes, quelques principes et informations contextuelles pour comprendre la problématique de la violence sexiste, un exemple de bonnes pratiques dans le traitement médiatique et les pratiques journalistiques de la violence sexiste et les pistes de réflexion proposées par l’association tunisienne des femmes démocrates depuis 1993.
This paper presents an article on the rights of women protection instruments ratified by Djibouti. Indeed, Djibouti has ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and the Protocol to the African Charter on Human Rights and Peoples relating to women's rights in Africa (Maputo Protocol), but the state still has not ratified the optional Protocol to CEDAW. This article presents some progress and shows that discrimination and violence persist in law and in practice
This study was undertaken by the Center for Women (ECW) at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), in the context of a regional programme to review progress made in the implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform of Action in the Arab region. The study was authored by Ms. Stephanie Jung, Social Affairs Officer at ESCWA. Chapter three, section A of the study (‘Women and girls’ access to health care’) benefitted from a research brief prepared by Ms. Julianne Deitch, Associate Social Affairs Officer at ESCWA. Chapter four (‘Women’s access to formal work’) draws in part from a background paper prepared by Ms. Nadereh Chamlou, independent consultant, and also reflects substantive inputs from Ms. Lamia Bulbul, independent consultant. Ms. Jade Lansing, Research Assistant, provided research inputs. Mr. Jesse Rester reviewed and edited the manuscript. The study has also benefited from the substantive contributions and comments from other ECW and ESCWA staff members
This document represents a study on Combating Domestic Violence against Women and Girls: Policies to Empower Women in the Arab Region. This study examines the phenomenon of domestic violence against women and girls in the Arab region. It analyses its sociocultural and legal aspects and its economic impact and cost. It also reviews measures taken by Arab Governments to combat violence and the role of civil society organizations in addressing this problem at both the national and regional levels. The publication makes evidence-based policy recommendations to scale up government commitment to combat violence against women, particularly in the domestic sphere. The end goal is to promote gender equality and the empowerment of women in Arab societies.
This document represents a study on Combating Violence against Women in the Arab Region: Multisectoral efforts. This study analyses successful experiences and good practices in implementing the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women. It outlines and evaluates the services available to women victims of violence in ESCWA member States with the aim of identifying the appropriate interventions and assist stakeholders in developing services in conformity with international standards. The study examines three types of services: protection, rehabilitation and prevention, offered by governmental and non-governmental organizations.
This document represents a policy brief of combating Domestic Violence against Women and Girls: Policies to Empower Women in the Arab Region. This policy brief addresses domestic violence in the Arab region, within the context of family, and is based on a recent flagship study, jointly prepared by ESCWA and UN-WOMEN, in addition to support from the Norwegian Embassy in Beirut. It seeks to present, for the first time, evidence-based policy recommendations addressed primarily, to 18 Arab countries in order to strengthen their resolution towards ending violence against women and girls, particularly in the domestic sphere.
This document represents a report on social and economic situation of Palestinian women. This report reviews the status of Palestinian women and girls during the period 2009-2010, focusing on political, social, economic and human rights developments. Building upon previously published research of the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) on Palestinian women and girls, and looking at the most recent data available, this report highlights their complex status, revealing both successes and setbacks in the midst of a militarized occupation, a political divideand an attempt at grass-roots State-building.
This report is to assess as much as possible the compliance by the Lebanese State with its commitments towards the protection and promotion of civil and political rights, reporting both advancements and violations in this field since 2007.
Women in Lebanon face discrimination at many levels, from social conservatism to inadequate public policies. The National Commission for Lebanese Women (NCLW) was formed in 1998 to promote women’s rights, enhance gender mainstreaming, and also to oversee the implementation of the goals of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and the 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing. In July 2006, a newly formed Cabinet vowed in its Ministerial Statement to put in action all the commitments that Lebanon has made on women's issues in connection with the recommendations of the Beijing Conference in 1995 (Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action). The Gender Profile of Lebanon describes main gender topics, like the above, within the Lebanese context, as well as addressing such milestones in relation to legal, political, economical, educational, health, infrastructure terms and subjects.
The National Action Plan (NAP) 2017-2019 goal is to implement the National Strategy for Women in Lebanon, to identify the goals and directions that the governmental, civil, and academic bodies involved in women’s issues aspire for in the coming three years. This plan comes after, a first National Action Plan for the years 2013-2016 following the th2021, on the 12-r Women in Lebanon 2011cabinet’s initial approval of the National Strategy foof June, 2012. During the 2013-2016 period, and with the support of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), and in cooperation with its different partners of the governmental and civil sectors, the National Commission for Lebanese Women (NCLW) monitored the work and activities implemented in Lebanon with the purpose to achieve these objectives. The new action plan is the product of collective efforts put by all the partners involved in women’s rights, with the support of the UNFPA. For the coming three years, this plan that was endorsed by NGOSs, INGOs, syndicates, academic bodies, will constitute an implementation tool facilitating the translation of citizens’ aspirations for equality into actions.
This directory aims at providing businesses and consumers with information on Lebanese companies engaged in information and communication activities. The database of Lebanese companies included will easily help you find business partners and suppliers by sector activity, key products, and locations. Firms included are engaged in the development of software, mobile and specialized applications, web solutions, software outsourcing, e-services, as well as provision of systems solutions and integration. The basic scope of information covers contact information, product description and current export markets.
The report provides a comprehensive and authoritative assessment of progress, gaps and challenges in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from a gender perspective. The report monitors global and regional trends in achieving the SDGs for women and girls based on available data, and provides practical guidance for the implementation of gender-responsive policies and accountability processes. As a source of high-quality data and policy analysis, the report is a key reference and accountability tool for policymakers, women’s organizations, the UN system, and other stakeholders. This report lays the basis for robust, gender-responsive monitoring of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development by: -showing how gender equality is central to the achievement of all 17 SDGs and arguing for an integrated and rights-based approach to implementation; -explaining gender data gaps and challenges for robust monitoring and establishing starting points and trends across a range of gender-related indicators based on available data; -providing concrete guidance on policies to achieve two strategic targets under SDG 5 (violence and unpaid care) and outlining how these policies are synergistic with other goals and targets; and setting an agenda for strengthening accountability for gender equality commitments at global, regional, and national levels.
مقال تناول إعلان 25 حركة نسائية مصرية مشاركتهن في تظاهرات 30 حزيران/ يونيو بقوة، للمطالبة بحقوق المراة التي أضاعتها جماعة "الإخوان المسلمين" وللوقوف ضد تهميش المراة، بعد تراجع مكانتها على مستوى العالم وتهميشها في الحياة السياسية حسب دعواهن.
مقال صحفي حول مؤتمر العنف ضد النساء من منظور الصحة العامة، الذي نظمه المعهد الدولي لتضامن النساء في الأردن