Empowerment

Baobab for Women's Human Rights co-organised the Institute, to strengthen participants' capacity to become better trainers & advocates in empowering grassroots women to become effective decision-makers in their families, communities, & societies.
A resource to support practitioners in implementing gender programmes and in mainstreaming gender equality concerns, whether they are gender specialists or not.
Are you a young South or South East Asian woman, an emerging leader and committed to social justice in your community? If so, we welcome your application to participate in a regional institute to take place in Bangkok, Thailand, June 13 to 18, 2005.
An interview with Pinar Ilkkaracan from Women for Women’s Human Rights – New Ways.
"When the outside world thinks of Saudi women there are two images that appear to characterize all of us without exclusion or exception. We are veiled and we don't drive." Article by Lubna Hussain.
Zuleyha Seker hardly seems like a rebel. But as one of 400 women preachers, known as vaizes, currently working in several of Turkey's state-run mosques, Ms. Seker is making waves.
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