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  • Initiatives for Services That Improve the Lives of All

    Narta Neziri Nuka is a young mother of a 9-month baby girl. In a few weeks, Narta’s maternity leave ends and she goes back to work. Like many other women in Kosovo who find themselves this situation, Narta was faced with the child care options available to her. She had to make a decision, which proved to be not so easy. According to a surv...
  • KWN Creates Advocacy Strategy for EU Accession

     On September 7, the Kosova Women’s Network (KWN) led a strategic planning workshop in order to inform its Strategy for furthering a gender perspective in Kosovo's EU Accession process.         This strategy will include planned advocacy efforts for addressing specific bodies in the EU and Kosovo. Representative...
  • Lobby for Gender Equality discusses advocacy strategies

     On 8 September, in Deçan, the next-in-row meeting of  Lobby for Gender Equality in Kosovo  (LGEK) was held, attended by 104 Lobby members, representatives of local government institutions, international organizations and staff from Kosovo Women’s Network (KWN). Yllarta Thaqi, Lobby member in the Municipality of De&cced...
  • KWN Held its members bimonthly meeting

    On 11 September 2017, the next-in-the-row bimonthly meeting of Kosovo Women’s Network (KWN) members was held in Prishtina, attended by 42 representatives of KWN member organizations, members of Lobby for Gender Equality in Kosovo, representatives of the institutions of the Republic of Kosovo and other KWN supporters.     &nb...
  • KRCT aims at addressing the stigma surrounding the survivors of sexual violence during the war in Kosovo

    Kosovo Rehabilitation Center for Torture Victims (KRCT), in partnership with British Embassy in Prishtina, organized a two-day workshop titled “Hear my voice: Addressing the stigma surrounding the survivors of sexual violence during war in Kosovo”, which is still ongoing.   “The purpose of the workshop is to increase th...
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