Communications Procedure of the Commission on the Status of Women. The Communications Procedure of the Commission on the Status of Women is a unique tool for individuals and organizations to use in order to raise awareness about injustice and discriminatory practices against women in any country in the world.
The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) announces its first two traineeships in 2013 based in Vilnius, Lithuania.
On the 18th of December, 2012 Poland has signed onto the Council of Europe's Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence Against Women.
[Brussels, 13 March 2012] All over the continent – from Russia to Turkey to Norway – women experience psychological, sexual and physical abuse, including being harassed, beaten, raped, and forced into marriage.
On 8 March 2012, EIGE launches a new call for nominations to the Women of Europe resource pool and EIGE’s "Women Inspiring Europe" Calendar 2013.
Between July 4 – 6, 2011, a group of feminist thinkers and practitioners met to identify and discuss critical issues in current feminist political thought and action in Poland. The group has gathered to address the growing concern over the strengthening of neo-liberal policies and attitudes that are detrimental to civil rights of people in this country.
The seminar entitled „Gdansk – City of Gender Equality” and a meeting of the Gender Commission of the UBC took place in Gdansk between April 7 and 8, 2011.
Cracow, Poland, 11th till 19th of June 2011, EU - organised by Women’s Foundation eFKa.
The Polish and British law on the protection of fetus is the same. Howerver the Polish women travel to Great Britain to terminate a pregnancy because in Poland the protection of fetus is under the supervision of an unique system of informers, prosecutors and moralizers.
We live in a world that seeks to be globally connected and locally engaged, where people recognise their potential and exercise their responsibility to engage with others in the development of their communities at local and international level - a world of ‘Global Citizens’.
The University of Gdansk Institute of Psychology in association with the Society for the Study of Motivation invites you to submit Proposals for Symposia, Oral Presentations and posters to be presented at a conference entitled Motivation, Self- Regulation and Gender: Perspectives and Applications.
Biographical Workshop for Women on the Transition
Period Cracow, Poland, 19th-27th June 2010
EU -Lifelong Learning Programme, Grundtvig,
Under the overall supervision of the Head of the Democratization Department, and the direct supervision of the Chief, Democratic Governance and Participation in Public Affairs, the incumbent will advise on issues relating to gender equality and women’s participation in public affairs and provide guidance and assistance in respect of developments affecting the above-mentioned issues throughout the OSCE region.