Gender equality and public policies: Basics of gender mainstreaming
Institute Alternative (IA) announces
for applications for training course on Gender Mainstreaming of Public Policies
Institute Alternative invites civil servants, decision-makers and representatives of civil society to apply for Gender mainstreaming of Public Policies training course.
Through Gender Mainstreaming of Public Policies training course, participants will strengthen their understanding of policymaking as a set of strategic approaches and processes that can be used to achieve gender equality. The aim of the training is to bring the gender perspectives closer to those who work on public policy-making, considering EU and UN standards.
The training course will be conducted by an independent consultant Višnja Baćanović, and it will include:
- Understanding of gender perspective;
- Intervention levels, tools and steps that can be used in gender mainstreaming;
- Practical examples and situations encountered by the participants which will ensure that what is learned on training course can be applied in practice.
Candidates who are interested can send their application to email adress firstname.lastname@example.org, with subject ”Application for training course on Gender Mainstreaming of Public Policies” by 16 March 2020, by 5 PM. You can send additional questions to the same email address, and on the results of your application we will inform you by 18. March 2020.
Training is planned to be conducted on 26 March 2020, at the Hotel Sheraton in Kolašin, with covered transportation and accommodation costs.
The application must consist of short motivation letter, stating with why integration of a gender perspective into public policies in Montenegro is important to you, and what public policies you deal within your business. With the motivation letter, A CV should also be submitted.
The training course on Gender Mainstreaming of Public Policies is organized within the project ’’More Than Quotas: Gender Mainstreaming and Public Policies in Montenegro”, implemented by financial support of the Ministry for Human and Minority rights.