On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2020, EuroMed Feminist Initiative reiterates its commitment to Zero Tolerance for Violence Against Women and Girls, its support for women in power and for full citizenship and substantive equality for women.
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The choice of the electoral system is one of the most important political issues, in particular in countries emerging from conflicts and/or decades of authoritarian regimes, and striving towards a democratic transition. Crucial part of this choice is the representation of oppressed people, especially women who are structurally marginalized and excluded. This choice could provide the possibility to have women’s voices finally heard, ensuring that the historical imbalance in their political participation as a candidates or voters is
A huge step forward for the feminist movement, Tunisia lifts ban on Muslim women marrying non-Muslims
The 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW61) took place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, from 13 – 24 March 2017. The Permanent Mission of Sweden, in collaboration with Euromed Feminist Initiative and Women’s UN Report Network (WUNRN), co-hosted a panel discussion on “Ensuring Women’s Participation in Future Political and Economic Decision-making in Syria Now”.
The national roundtable “From Ministerial Conclusions to gender equality policy making in the Euro-Med region”, under the patronage of the Minister of State for Women’s Affairs H.E. Jean Ogasapian, and with the support of the European Union, took place on 6th of April 2017 at hotel Riviera.