النوع الإجتماعي و الهجرة
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نتائج استبيان المجلس القومي للمرأة على مستوي المحافظات لمكافحة العنف ضد المرأة

تمثل الوثيقة نتائج لإستبيان قام به المجلس القومي للمرأة"" على مستوي المحافظات المصرية، و تتضمن النتائج مجموعة من مؤشرات العنف الذي تتعرض له المرأة في مصر من عنف أسري مثل ختان الإناث و الزواج المبكر فضلا عن العنف الممارس ضد المرأة خارج الأسرة.

قيادات نسائية تقدم مقترحات لتعزيز مكانة المرأة سياسيا في الفترة الحالية

مقال تناول مطالبة رئيسة المجلس القومي للمرأة ''مرفت تلاوي'' بتوحيد الجهود المبذولة من قِبل الحكومة ومنظمات المجتمع المدني والشباب لكي تستعيد المرأة قيمتها ومكانتها التاريخية، مشددة على ضرورة التوافق وعدم تضارب الجهود وتبني سياسة واحدة. جاء ذلك خلال كلمته

الأمم المتحدة: "الختان" یت ا رجع في مصر

كشف تقرير جديد شامل لصندوق الطفل بالأمم المتحدة، أن ختان الإناث آخذ فى الانخفاض تدريجيا فى العديد من البلدان، حتى داخل تلك البلدان التى لا تزال العادة فيها عميقة الجذور ومن بينها مصر.

الإعلان عن نتائج مسابقة مكافحة العنف ضد المرأة : أفضل التجارب العربية

نتائج مسابقة مكافحة العنف ضد المرأة ، أفضل النتائج العربية والتي نظمها مركز المرأة العربية للتدريب والبحوث

الحركة النسوية ترحب بزيادة نسبة تمثيل المرأة الاردنية في الحكومة

مقال تناول ترحيب الائتلاف الوطني لدعم المرأة في الانتخابات واللجنة الوطنية الاردنية لشؤون المرأة أمس بزيادة عدد الحقائب الوزارية التي تتولاها نساء في الحكومة. جاء ذلك خلال اجتماع دعت اليه اللجنة والائتلاف للحديث عن انجازات حملة دعم المرأة في الانتخابات ا

المرأة التونسية و العمل الجمعياتي:حاضرة رغم

قال سلط الضوء على الانفجار الجمعياتي النسائي الذي عرفته الساحة التونسية بعد الثورة كوسيلة للتعبير على حضورها رغم كل التحديات التي تواجهها.

المهندسات السعوديات الى سوق العمل

مقال تناول توافد الجيل الاول من المهندسات السعوديات في القطاع الخاص ،ويتزامن هذا الحدث مع افتتاح تخصصات هندسية للفتيات في الجامعات السعودية الحكومية .

الثـورات العـربية ومسـتقبل التغـيير السـياسي

ورقة حول الثورات العربية ومسـتقبل التغـيير السـياسي. تناقش الورقة عوامل وأسباب اندلاع ثورات الربيع العربي، بجانب محاولة الإجابة على إمكانية أن تدفع ايديولوجيا التغيير إلى تحقيق إصلاح سياسي في دول الربيع العربي بحيث أنه من المنتظر أن تضع هذه الثورات أهداف

Talent Abroad: A Review of Moroccan Emigrants

Close to 3 million people who were born in Morocco lived in OECD countries in 2010/11. To assess the potential that this group represents for the Moroccan economy, this review looks at the distribution of Moroccan emigrants over OECD countries, as well as their age, sex, and educational attainment. It analyses the labour market outcomes of Moroccan emigrants and documents the characteristics of return migrants in Morocco. Moroccan emigrants primarily reside in France, followed by Spain and Italy, where their numbers grew strongly before flows were affected by the economic crisis. Moroccan emigrants have lower educational attainment and less favourable labour market outcomes than native-born persons in destination countries, and many work in low-skill occupations. Those who have returned to Morocco are often retired, but they are also especially likely to become entrepreneurs there.

International Migration Outlook 2018

The 2018 edition of International Migration Outlook analyses recent developments in migration movements and policies in OECD countries and some non member countries, and looks at the evolution of the labour market outcomes of immigrants in OECD countries, with a focus on the migrants’ job quality and on the sections and occupations in which they are concentrated. It includes two special chapters on the contribution of recent refugee flows to the labour force and on the illegal employment of foreign workers. It also includes country notes and a statistical annex.

PROMOTING INCLUSION THROUGH SOCIAL PROTECTION Report on the World Social Situation 2018

The Report on the World Social Situation, prepared biennially, is the flagship publication on major social development issues of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations.

Civil and Political Rights in Lebanon in 2012

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.

Consideration of reports submitted by States parties under article 18 of the Convention : Fourth and fifth periodic reports of States parties due in 2014 : Lebanon

The report reviews the articles of the Convention one by one, up to article 16. It should be noted that the Committee is keen for the report to deal with the particular situation of certain groups of women, such as handicapped women, migrant workers etc., and has called for the report to devote a special heading to these groups. Accordingly, the situation of seven groups of women are reviewed immediately after article 16: the elderly, the handicapped, mine victims, prisoners, migrant workers in domestic service, refugees and displaced persons. Furthermore, given that the efforts of recent years have not been confined to those of official bodies, however important these are, but extend to the work of non-governmental organizations in a variety of areas, this report is anxious to affirm the important role played by NGOs in pushing for the removal of obstacles to equality by shedding light on their most significant activities and achievements, as these relate to the Convention. However, as the period covered by the report is fairly lengthy and the size of periodic reports has to be kept within limits, the committee supervising preparation of the report liaised with 22 NGOs concerned with women’s affairs to provide it with an account of their activities during the period of the report. The not inconsiderable amount of material for which there was insufficient space in the report has been placed in an annex.

Implementation of Iraq National Action Plan for UNSCR 1325

This document presents a Report on Implementation of Iraq National Action Plan for UNSCR 1325. This report aims at providing an overview of the level of implementation of the NAP on the UNSCR 1325 in a changing and challenging security environment during the NAP period 2014-2018. It strives to capture main achievements, identify challenges and gaps and provide recommendations for the development of the second NAP. It endeavors to highlight the process of development and implementation, and lessons learned, as the strength and broad ownership of the process has had a tangible effect on the content of the NAP. Analyzing the achievements, as well as the challenges and the gaps in the implementation, helps the CSTF in addressing them during the development of the second NAP.

National Strategy for Women in Lebanon 2011-2021: National Action Plan (2017-2019)

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.

Women’s Labor Force Participation Across the GCC

The paper examines women’s integration in the labor force in the Gulf Arab states, paying special attention to differences in public and private sector employment, and national and migrant female labor participation. There are a number of barriers to women’s full economic and political inclusion in Gulf societies.

Migration in North African Development Policies and Strategies-A Comparative Analysis

This document presents a comparative analysis on migration in north African development policies and strategies. This study falls within the framework of the initiative of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM), and aims to assess measures adopted by the African States to integrate international migration into their development plans and strategies. The ECA works in close partnership with IOM and other partners to support the efforts of the Member States to face the increasing migration challenges. This sub-regional report addresses the political decisions taken at the national level by six countries in the sub-region of North Africa (Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Mauritania, Sudan and Tunisia), with a view to assess how international migration-related issues are taken into account. This study will provide key information on the sub-regional situation, and will be an advocacy instrument for decision-makers, politicians, planners, researchers and other strategic actors in the field of migration in North Africa, to boost the contribution of international migrations to the sub-region’s economic and social development.

Gender Dimensions of Globalization

This paper focuses only on two aspects of the global economy that particularly illuminate women’s position and issues related to gender equality: first, global supply chains and production networks that reflect the current nature and pattern of international trade and investment; and second, the international migration of care services workers. These have an impact on labour markets and on women and men in both the South and the North, in developing and developed countries. For example, there is widespread concern in developed countries that trade with low-wage countries and labour migration are responsible for job losses and growing wage inequality in developed countries. However, this paper gives particular attention to issues in developing countries.

Women, Business and Human Rights: paper for the UN Working Group on Discrimination Against Women in Law and Practice

This paper examines remaining discriminatory legislation and other obstacles women face as business leaders and entrepreneurs. It also highlights examples of existing initiatives that provide lessons that can be built upon to contribute to continued elimination of discrimination against women in business. Furthermore, the paper examines the gender implications of the regulation of business and transnational corporations in the international human rights context and evaluates the gender responsiveness in the formulation and implementation of principles for the private sector to respect human rights. Given the breadth of these issue and the time within which the paper was developed, it provides an overview but is by no means exhaustive.

Clinical Management of Rape Survivors

This book presents a guide on clinical Management of Rape Survivors, Developing protocols for use with refugees and internally displaced persons. This guide includes detailed guidance on the clinical management of women, men and children who have been raped. It is intended for use by qualified health-care providers in developing protocols for the management of rape survivors in emergencies, taking into account available resources, materials, and drugs, and national policies and procedures. It can also be used in planning health-care services and training health-care providers.