Center for Democracy and Human Rights (CEDEM) announces a call for the III generation of participants of the School for Gender Equality
The school is implemented within the project “Let’s Strengthen the Capacities for Implementation of Gender Equality Policies”, which CEDEM implements with the support of the Ministry of Justice, Human and Minority Rights.
The school aims to raise awareness of the importance of gender equality, by providing theoretical and practical knowledge to students about gender equality policies at national and local levels, but also in relation to the case law of the European Court of Human Rights. In addition to these, the school will address issues of the presence of gender equality and gender stereotypes in political theories, literature, film, and media.
Also, the school aims to strengthen the professional capacity to take special measures to achieve gender equality, bearing in mind that it is intended for young professionals from various fields.
The School focuses on:
- law and political science students;
- young civil servants employed in state institutions;
- young leaders of political parties in Montenegro; and
- young civil society actors.
In addition, we encourage young people from the field of natural sciences to apply for participation in the School!
The lecturers are national experts in the field of gender equality and gender-based violence.
The school will be held in the period from February 26 to March 25, 2021 in Podgorica, every Thursday, in the afternoon hours. The number of participants is limited to 20. All participants will, upon completion of the School, receive a certificate and the right to participate in other project activities.
If you want to attend the School, interested candidates can send a CV and a short motivation letter (not longer than 200 words) to the e-mail address: email@example.com no later than February 15, 2021, with the indication “Application for participation in the School of Gender Equality”.
For all additional questions, feel free to contact us via the specified e-mail address or phone 020 / 234-114.