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Women, rights and citizen participation in Mashreq, Maghreb and Turkey

Created by Foundation's Team 1253 days ago

...:  Nora Semmoud, Gülçin Erdi Lelandais, Safaa Monqid. “ Femmes, droits et participation citoyenne au Machrek, au Maghreb et en Turquie ”. Chairman Levy; Andre...

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

AMANE – Association Meilleur Avenir pour Nos Enfants
Cairo Center for Development (CCD)
Donia for Sutsainable Development
International therapeutic Attorneys Centre (ICAR)
Future Pioneers for Empowering Communities (FPEC)
Center for Study and Research on Human Rights and Migration
Sawa Organization - All Women Together Today and Tomorrow
Ecole Supérieure des Arts Visuels de Marrakech
Kenzy Associacion for Development
Why Me for Women’s Rights
Gender and Sexuality Resource Center. Arab Foundation for Freedoms and Equality
University Hassan II Casablanca
FILASTINIYAT
Women's Security Index (WSI)
Network of women artisans of Morocco
Organisation TAMAYNUT
TAMETTUT - Amazigh Women's Association for Culture and Development
Center for Euro-Mediterranean Dialogue
Roles for Social Change Association-ADWAR
Sihem Benallal Benrahou
AWARE Services & Consulting
Tamazight Women Movement
Association Féminine pour le Développement de la Famille (AFDF)
Amadal Presse
Sarab Center for Culture and Community Arts
Association Citoyens Acteurs
Association of Women in Green Economy (AFEV)
Audiopedia Foundation
University of Coimbra
Civil Coalition for the development of Solidarity action (CCDAS)
Inclusión, Ciudadanía, Diversidad y Educación
Radio Hawa FM
Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW)
Tunisian Mediterranean Center - TUMED
Mobilising for Rights Associates (MRA)
Kayan Feminist Organization

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TAMKINE "Multi-sectoral Programme to Fight against Gender-Based Violence through the Empowerment of Women and Girls in Morocco"

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The State of Equality and Gender in Morocco: Preserving and Enacting the Purposes and Objectives of the Constitution

The report analyses on the basis of several national and international studies, and proposes several recommendations. It...

Place of women civil servants in positions of responsibility in public administration in Morocco

Ce présent rapport mesure l’ampleur des inégalités entre les sexes dans l’administration...

Women's Empowerment in the Mediterranean Region

The aim of this report is to provide information on state of gender equality in chosen countries in the Mediterranean Region...

Gendering Documentation: A Manual For and about Women Human Rights Defenders

This manual frames and encourages documentation as a politically-motivated telling of women human rights defenders’(WHRDs)...

Women's Rights during democratic transitions

This study explores the initiatives taken so far on women’s rights by international organisations and the authors attempt...