NGOs representatives from Vinnytsya, Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia, Luhansk and Khmelnytskyi Oblasts learned about reporting requirements of the Ukrainian Women's Fund, agreed on communication within the project to ensure broad coverage of all projects that will be implemented in 5 oblasts.
The Advocacy Academy has launched today in Kyiv as part of the Internally Displaced Persons and Host Communities: Building Tolerance Through Dialogue Project and brought together women activists from 6 regions of Ukraine.
A new project of international organizations has been presented in Zaporizhzhia. According to the Project, the community mobilization for empowerment will be implemented in 5 amalgamated territorial communities of the region within the next 3 years.
Civil activists and representatives of women, feminist and LGBTQI+ organizations got together in Kyiv during the Civil Society Capacity Development Forum to hold a discussion: New Times - Old Threats: Strategies for Protecting and Expanding Human Rights On the Rise of Anti-Gender Movements.
Women’s Voice and Leadership Ukraine project is a five-year initiative that aims at increased enjoyment of human rights by women and girls, and the advancement of gender equality in Ukraine.
Regional Forum on “Advancing Human Rights and Gender Equality through Community Mobilization for Empowerment (CME) in Ukraine“ is taking place on 24-25 April 2018 in Sviatohirsk, Donetsk region. During the Forum women and men from 20 communities of Donetsk and Luhansk regions will share their experience of applying the Community Mobilization for Empowerment methodology, as well as results and lessons learned of its piloting by the local governments and women’s self-help groups in Eastern Ukraine.
The NGOs from Ukraine and Lithuania have presented a new European Union funded project that will cover 5 oblasts of Ukraine. The Project “Women as agents of change, peace building and conflict prevention at the grassroots level in Ukraine” will contribute to the development and effective implementation of regional action plans for the implementation of the National Action Plan on UN Security Council Resolution 1325 Women, Peace and Security through 2020.
The Ukrainian Women's Fund launches a new program in Moldova and announces a contest for the position of the Program Coordinator with the experience of work in non-profit organizations.
Women’s groups in Georgia, Germany and Ukraine have implemented projects and then got together for a conference “Feminists in Dialogue – Bridging the Gaps” in Kyiv for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (Nov 25th) to present key findings of their projects.
In summer 2017, Ukrainian women’s/feminist organizations were invited to take part in the assessment of movement capacity. The self-assessment was carried out using a capacity assessment tool developed and kindly provided by the Global Fund for Women.