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MARIA JOSE MARTINEZ

Association of Innovation, Training and Employment for Sustainable Development (AIFED)

Member since 21 October 2019 @ 12:29pm

...uality) by creating a platform which includes content on gender education addressed to primary school students. This project i...nal orientation program to support young migrant women. - The educational programme ´´Europarents´´ o...

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Updates of the W7: urging G7 governments to tackle gender inequality worldwide

Created by Foundation's Team 391 days ago

...jor global challenges including development, education, health, the environment an...May), health (16-17 May), Labour (6-7 June), education and training for development...ables; ensuring adolescents’ access to primary healthcare services and Sexual...

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Fighting against female school dropouts in Areas C in Bethlehem and Hebron

Created by Foundation's Team 606 days ago

Education is considered as an important factor in enhanci...rates of dropout in secondary education are even higher-, the purpose...cipals, parents and students (primary and secondary education) were c...rsquo;t complete their school education. However, while men could fin...

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Inspira STEAM: pioneer project from Spain for more girls in science and tech

Created by Foundation's Team 355 days ago

...ile this number went down to 26% in 2014 and to 18% in 2017. In higher education, only 35% of all students e...ce, technology, engineering, arts and maths (STEAM) are promoted among primary school students with a specific...

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Functional Literacy Programme for Women of the Argan Cooperative

Created by Foundation's Team 991 days ago

...e these skills are relatively few and far between. Despite the lack of education opportunities, rural women...ake in the preservation of the Argan forest Making women aware of the primary importance of cooperative and s...

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Girls on the Move: Adolescent Girls and Migration in the Developing World

Created by Foundation's Team 658 days ago

...to identify the links between migration, risk, and opportunity. With a primary focus on internal migration,...ors enable girls to take advantage of new opportunities in employment, education, and health. It finally recom...

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The Millennium Development Goals: Prospects for Gender Equality in the Arab World

Created by Foundation's Team 1596 days ago

...Development Goals (MDG) in the Arab countries, with Egypt as a case study. The study focuses particularly on efforts for achieving universal primary education, and promoting gender equalit...

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Third arab report on the Millennium Development Goals in 2010 and the impact of the world economic crises

Created by Foundation's Team 1680 days ago

...rove maternal health) are directly aimed at women while other MDGs such as 1 (Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger) and 2 (Achieve universal primary education) also concern them. 

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Fighting against female school dropouts in Areas C in Bethlehem and Hebron / النضال لإيقاف تسرب الفتيات من المدارس في المنطقة (ج) في بيت لحم والخليل / Lutter contre l'abandon scolaire des filles à Bethléem et Hébron

Created by Foundation's Team 606 days ago

Education is considered as an important factor in enhancing a person’s opportunities in social and economic mobility. However, leaving school at an early age remains a problem, to which poverty and being female are generally associated with. To further analyze this issue, the Psyc...

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Gender Gap in Basic Education in Egypt / Écart entre les femmes et les hommes sur le plan de l'éducation en Égypte / فجوة النوع الإجتماعي في التعليم الأساسي في مصر

Created by Foundation's Team 1331 days ago

This study focuses on the socio-economic indicators that cause gender discrimination (inequality) in enrolment in basic education in Egypt.It aims at enhancing the findings of previous studies on narrowing education gender gap, and suggests further research on the possible socio-economi...

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Gender, Tutoring and Track in Egyptian Education / Genre, tutorat et cursus de l'éducation égyptienne / النوع الإجتماعي, التدريس والمسار في التعليم المصري

Created by Foundation's Team 1456 days ago

This article discusses whether girls, especially those from poor families in Egypt, will be disadvantaged in terms of school expenditures and the transitions to secondary and higher education. The article debates that girls, even those from poor families, are not disadvantaged in terms of expendi...

They are registered on the platform of the Euro-Mediterranean Women's Foundation

Nahda Association
The Lebanese Association of Women Researchers - Bahithat
Association Joussour de Citoyenneté (AJC)
Associació Catalana de Dones Directives i Empresaries
Faculty Affiliate, PHRGE, Northeastern College of Law
Libya Women's Forum
The Arab Association for Human Rights
Tunisian Association of Gender Studies
Movimento per l'Autosviluppo, l'Interscambio e la Solidarietà (M.A.I.S.)
Women's aspirations Association
PResma
Mixité et Gouvernance en Méditerranée
Leïla Tauil
Vision Communication Consultancy
Women in Morocco
Women's Security Index (WSI)
Equality Unit
Jazeera Media Network
Badr Eltawayel
Association of Egyptian Female Lawyers (AEFL)
Jyhene Kebsi
Gender equality and parity commission - Municipality of Enfidha
SIDRA Association
Independent journalist
Palestinian Human Rights Organization (PHRO)
Maan
Assocaition des Femmes Chefs d'Entreprises du Maroc (AFEM)
Center for Women's Studies in Islam (CERFI)
Tunisian National League of Policewomen
Kenzy Associacion for Development
Faculty of Humanities-Martil, Abdelmalek Essaâdi University
Journalists Without Borders (JWB)
Faculdade de Ciencias Sociais e Humanas
Genre en Action
Humanity Diaspo
Horus Foundation for Development and Training

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