Gender Mainstreaming Guide
Activity 1.4 required the project team to train public administration employees and representatives of the Civil Society Sector in Gender Mainstreaming implementation in labour market policies.
In May 2011 Austrian organisation NOWA delivered Gender Mainstreaming training in 4 cities:
· Zagreb, 9th and 10th of May 2011.;
· Bizovac, 1th and 12th of May 2011.;
· Opatija, 16th and 17th of May 2011; and
· Split, 18th and 19th of May 2011.
A total of 62 people from 48 different organisations and institutions participated in the training.
The purpose of the training was to:
· Increase the level of understanding of what is meant by gender mainstreaming with regards active labour market measures and gender mainstreaming as a management strategy and tool;
· Increase knowledge of the process use to ensure gender mainstreaming
· Explain how a gender mainstreaming approach is implemented and what it means
· Raise awareness of the different positions of men and women in the labour market, gender roles and stereotypes
The trainings were evaluated and assessed as a average score of 4.43 out of 5 and 80% stated that their expectations had been met, 18% said expectations had been exceeded and 2% said their expectations had not been met;
A small gender maisntreaming guide was produced after the trainings and sent out to all the participants.
Her you can find Report on the Gender Mainstreaming Training which includes Gender Mainstreaming Guide.
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