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Monia Braham

Monia Braham

Member since 17 December 2020 @ 10:15am

Marie Christine Monfort

International Organisation for Women in the Seafood Industry

Member since 16 December 2020 @ 4:08pm

Collecting information on the world of aquatic products: fisheries, aquaculture, product processing, sales, etc. Promoting women through a video competition highlighting the contribution of women in these worlds (www.womeninseafood.com). Publishing a global watch reporting on projects for the promotion of women in this industry. Bringing together actors in the sector working to promote equality.

Georgina Yglesias Julià

AMANE – Association Meilleur Avenir pour Nos Enfants

Member since 16 December 2020 @ 2:56pm

AMANE has carried out actions and projects in the following areas: capacity building of child protection actors to improve prevention and care for vulnerable children and/or survivors of violence; awareness raising and sensitisation of the general public; advocacy to improve mechanisms for the protection of children against all forms of violence. For some time now AMANE has also been working towards integrating the gender (particularly the gender-based violence) perspective in its work: in its training and awareness raising sessions; in the toolkits that it has developed – i.e., pedagogical kits, care and support guides and concepts; and in its learning platform modules.

ابتسام بن عدي

Moroccan Youth Association for Development AMDJ

Member since 16 December 2020 @ 2:53pm

The Moroccan Youth Association for Development recently organized an initiative against impunity for the perpetrators of gender-based violence in the university sphere, as part of a competition for the best initiatives against impunity for perpetrators of violence run by the Tunisia-based Center of Arab Women for Training and Research CAWTAR. The initiative was carried out in Beni Mellal, Morocco in 2020 and specifically targeted female students in the city’s Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences. A number of activities were organized, the most important being: An awareness-raising campaign involving the production of leaflets and promotional material about the issue; distribution of the leaflets directly, in field activities in university spaces ; raising students’ awareness; and communicating with them about the importance of reporting any cases of violence in the university and not remaining silent; Students also organized a theatre production dealing with the issue of violence.

Anouar Association

Anouar Association

Member since 16 December 2020 @ 2:51pm

There are elders in the society who need care and sustenance. These elders may have fallen out of favor with their family members. They may even be rendered helpless due to financial conditions. Either way, they need succor. The Anouar Association can offer the much-needed succor to them. They also need a means of sustenance. So the association strives to help them earn a living for themselves. The vision is to help these helpless elders and poor children with voluntary help, fundraising with an objective and supporting them. It has a wide base of volunteers and running projects. There are 6325 volunteers who are happy to help these poor children and helpless elders. In all, they have 22 years of experience in implementing such projects.

Laawini ALKOURIA

Traditional Women Association for Development

Member since 16 December 2020 @ 2:48pm

Working on listening, guidance, and legal and psychological assistance for women victims of all forms of violence; creating all necessary measures to combat such violence; and contributing to the activation of all kinds of reporting and alert tools for all forms of violence and exploitation against women and children; Rehabilitation and development of social mediation services; establishing partnerships and coordinating with associations, bodies and organizations concerned with women and children affairs.

Yasmine Loza

University of Coimbra

Member since 16 December 2020 @ 2:45pm

Amal AlShawahneh

Social and Economic Forum for Women Association

Member since 10 December 2020 @ 2:07pm

• Empowering women to participate effectively in economic life through modern economic strategies, information technology and establishing productive and commercial projects. • Increasing women’s awareness of economic and social rights. • Building the capacity of women's associations to build alliances and organize advocacy campaigns to promote the concepts of gender equality in society. • Improving the status and well-being of women and children and their access to health, educational and cultural services, care and protection. • Conducting research and studies needed to assess the status of women.

Kassem Istanbouli

Tiro Association for Arts

Member since 10 December 2020 @ 2:05pm

Ever since its creation, Tiro Association for Arts has included gender equality and women’s rights amongst its core values. The association has carried out theatrical performances on gender-related topics, such as: women’s freedom, their societal struggles, rape and nationality rights. They also produce films revolving around gender equality. Every year, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, Tiro organizes the Lebanese Theatre Festival for Women - Monodrama, which is an international festival tackling gender issues in the world.

Belen Gonzalez Alvarez

Libyan Women ORG

Member since 10 December 2020 @ 2:02pm

The Sustainable Development Goals are a must follow four our organization and must be a reality for women and girls and stands behind women’s equal participation in all aspects of life. focusing on six strategic priorities: • Leadership. • Training courses: • Empowering the Libyan women and girls to be what they want to be. • Vindicate the role of Libyan women. • Employment and migration. • Peace and security. The entity works to position gender equality as fundamental to the Sustainable Development Goals, and a more inclusive world.