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Dr Elizabeth Coombs

Information Policy Governance, Media and Knowledge Sciences, University of Malta

Member since 19 March 2019 @ 10:30am

'The Human Right to Privacy: A Gender Perspective', February 2019. This report of a consultation on gender issues arising in the digital era and their impacts on women, men and individuals of diverse sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expressions and sex characteristics was undertaken as part of the work of the Thematic Taskforce on 'Privacy and Personality' established by the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy. The full report is at Annexe 2 of the Special Rapporteur's report to the Human Rights Council and can be found here: https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Issues/Privacy/SR_Privacy/2019_HRC_Annex2_GenderReport.pdf Feedback is sought to identify any issues relating to privacy and gender not brought forward in the submissions received.

Gulriz Uygur

Ankara University

Member since 19 February 2019 @ 10:56am

Elizabeth Sfeir

Université Antonine

Member since 4 February 2019 @ 1:34pm

Amina Zioual

The voice of Amazigh women

Member since 4 February 2019 @ 12:11pm

The association works according to a flexible and multidisciplinary approach, consisting of: 1. Capacity building: Through workshops and trainings on women’s human rights in all fields. 2. Advocacy: the association advocates for laws and public policies that respect the specificities of the Amazigh women. 3. Communication and Information: The Association seeks to facilitate access to information and to increase the presence of Amazigh women particularly in the media. 4. Networking: The voice of Amazigh women is a partner of many associations and organizations sharing the same convictions at the local, regional and international levels.

Maria Alabdeh

Women Now for Development

Member since 4 February 2019 @ 11:47am

EMPOWERMENT: Train and educate Syrian women economically,professionally, socially and culturally; fight illiteracy; increase women’s employment opportunities, financial independence and entrepreneurship. PARTICIPATION: Support the social and political participation, representation, input and influence of Syrian women at the local and international levels in accordance with UNSCR 1325, whether as decision-makers or upon decision makers. RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY: Document and collect experiences and testimonials, conduct in-depth qualitative and quantitative research an analysis, and raise local and international awareness about: women’s rights, women-led activist movements, feminist civil society initiatives, gender-based violence and women’s living conditions in Syria

فاطمة سيدي محمد الفيل

Mauritanian Council of Businesswomen – CMFA

Member since 16 November 2018 @ 11:11am

- Launching an online commercial platform for businesswomen - Organizing the 1st Business Women Exhibition in Mauritania in 2018 - Preparing training courses for businesswomen - Participating in training workshops organized by international organizations such as the World Bank

Mouna Mhadhbi

Tunisian Association of Women Judges- TAWJ

Member since 16 November 2018 @ 11:01am

TAWJ has carried out several activities related to gender equality in the professional field and contributed to gender mainstreaming in justice reform. It has also provided training for women judges on the law 58 on violence against women. The association also intends to carry out actions related to the emancipation of women judges and their leadership, as well as the establishment of a commission for the drafting of a bill for the statute of the judges which takes into account the gender approach.

Mounira Sellami

Kasdi Merbah Ouragla University

Member since 16 November 2018 @ 10:30am

مصطفى الشعار

The Individual Initiative for Human Rights - Masir

Member since 15 November 2018 @ 5:22pm

One of the most important activities of the Association for the achievement of gender equality is the Jinsiyati Karamati or My Nationality, My Dignity" campaign, which calls for Lebanese women's rights to their natural right to grant their nationality to their children. This campaign includes the implementation of sit-ins, meetings with Lebanese officials and party leaders to pressure the Lebanese government to grant Lebanese women their constitutional right to grant Lebanese nationality to their children.