Call for participants for the e-learning course in “Introduction of Gender Mainstreaming at Local Level”
Interested to learn about the gender issue and its relevance for the individual and the society? How does our gender identity influence opportunities and obstacles in the society regardless if we are aware of it or not? How local governments shall work for gender equality?
All these and much more will be discussed during the e-learning course in “Introduction of Gender Mainstreaming at Local Level”, implemented from 5 February until 2 March 2018 by NALAS e-Academy (http://www.nalas.eu/services/E-academy).
“The course aims to enable participants to act both as individuals, and as representatives of organisations working for gender equality. The course targets decision makers and practitioners, administrative staff at local level and in the LGAs, enabling them to understand gender issues and become the change drivers in their organisations and municipalities”, says Jelena Janevska, NALAS Knowledge Manager.
Check out our Infographic to see why this course is that important:
The course has 4 modules and will be delivered during 4 weeks (5 February until 2 March 2018). Each module includes learning material and bibliography, quiz and forum where participants can share information, ask questions and discuss about the given topics.
Module 1: Gender Equality at Local Level
Module 2: Gender Responsive Budgeting at Local Level
Module 3: Local Government Associations as Promoters of Gender Equality at Local Level
Module 4: Best Practices in Promoting Gender Equality at Local Level
The course will start with an introductory webinar on 5 February and it will be facilitated by a Gender expert. The course is in English, free of charge and participants will receive certificates after successfully completing it.
Participants from seven countries that already completed the course expressed huge satisfaction with their learning experience, recommending it to their colleagues:
Read more about participants’ reflections from the course:
If you are interested to take part in the course, please express your interest by contacting the national Association of local authorities (NALAS member) in your respective country (http://www.nalas.eu/Members) by 29 January 2018.
For more information about the course, please see the course brochure and video:
This course is supported by the UN Women regional project “Promoting Gender Responsive Polices in South-East Europe and the Republic of Moldova”, financially supported by the Austrian Development Agency and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.