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Selection of 12 successful practices in advocacy and political dialogue

05.06.2015 / Created by (EMWF)
Selection of 12 successful practices in advocacy and political dialogue

The call for successful practices of advocacy in order to strengthen the role of women in society was launched in March 2015 and it mobilized 100 organizations within the CSO WINS project. This initiative is supported by the IEMed and 6 other partners (ASALA, CAWTAR, Djazairouna, FFM, LDDF and RUSEMEG) with the support of the European Union. For the selection process, the Steering Committee took into account the criteria effectiveness, originality and duplicability practices in the Southern Mediterranean region.

According to the objectives of the CSO WINS project, the selected practices will be modeled to encourage multiplier effects and mutualisation of experiences. In addition, the selected organizations will have the opportunity to play an active role in favor of women in policy monitoring, through trainings, learning exchanges with other organizations and meetings with political leaders in the Euro-Mediterranean region.

We congratulate all the winning organizations:

- CIDDEF Centre d’Information et de Documentation sur les Droits de l’Enfant et de la Femme (Political Participation - Algeria)

- FEC Association Nationale Femmes en Communication (Media - Algeria)

- EWL European Women's Lobby (Political Participation - Belgium)

- CWSP Center of Women's Studies and Policies (local governance - Bulgaria)

- GAF Gender Alternatives Foundation (Violence - Bulgaria)

- ECWR Egyptian Center for Women's Rights (Violence - Egypt)

- ADEW Association for the Development & Enhancement of Women (Child - Egypt)

- European Anti-Violence EAVN Network (Awareness nonviolence - Greece)

- JOHUD Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (Right to inheritance - Jordan)

- MARCH Lebanon Association (Violence - Lebanon)

- Voix de femmes marocaines (Local Governance - Morocco)

- Jerusalem Center for Women (Violence - Palestine)

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The Palestinian Association for Empowerment and Local Development - REFORM
Egyptian Feminist Union – EFU
Department of Gender Studies, Faculty for Social Wellbeing, University of Malta
Association ACM
Souad Slaoui
Fédération de la Ligue Démocratique pour les Droits des Femmes (FLDDF Injad Beni Mellal)
Ministry of Women , Family and Children
Women'    s Affairs Technical Committee (WATC)
Ideaborn Consulting
Cairo Center for Development (CCD)
Femme Action - Woman Action (A.F.A - A.W.A)
El Watan
Rayhana Association for Women of Jendouba
Socio-cultural centre for women in action
Gender Equality Unit
Centre de Recherches, d'Etude de Documentation et d'Information sur la Femme, CREDIF
Association pour le Droit à la Différence (ADD)
The Moroccan Human Rights Forum
Association of Organisations of Mediterranean Businesswomen (AFAEMME)
Women's Network for Mentoring / Networking (RFMN)
International Observatory of Human Rights
Association Tunisienne de la Santé de la Reproduction (ATSR)
Urban Community of Marrakech
Association of Egyptian Female Lawyers (AEFL)
European Observatory on Femicide
Moroccan Association for Human Rights (AMDH)
CEDAW Association for Democracy and Human Rights
University Hassan II Casablanca
Association Tazghart
Réseau des Femmes Solidaires
Association Démocratique des Femmes du Maroc (ADFM)
Social Association  Active Woman  of the Tizi-Ouzou Wilaya
The Palestinian Initiative for the Promotion of Global Dialogue and Democracy (MIFTAH)
Sawt Nssâ
Al-Thoria Studies Center
Sawa Organization - All Women Together Today and Tomorrow

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