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  • Nita Rudi Supports KWN Initiative to Address Discrimination at Work

    Nita Rudi is a lawyer who recently graduated from the University of Prishtina. She is currently interning as a Legal Assistant with the Kosovo Women’s Network (KWN), where she is involved in a myriad of initiatives but focusing on monitoring cases of gender discrimination at work.          &nbs...
  • KWN Presents on EU Enlargement and Western Balkan Women

     The Global Progressive Forum, in cooperation with the S&D Group, the CEE Network for Gender Issues and Party of European Socialists (PES) Women organizeda seminar entitled “Making the EU enlargement process deliver for Western Balkan women” in Korcula, Croatia on 24 August 2018. The event brought together women politicians fro...
  • State Fails to Protect Women and Children

     Outraged by the recklessness of law enforcement authorities, concerned by the lack of interest for the lives of women and girls in our country, appalled by the ongoing gruesome killings of women and girls, the Kosovo Women’s Network (KWN) calls out the Kosovo society No More Killings of Women and Girls.   No more excuses for viol...
  • KWN trains EUO EUSR staff on Gender

     A first group of 18 EUO/EUSR staff members has received training in gender this week. Gender is one of the core values of the EU and the EU in Kosovo places significant importance to gender equality, the advancement of women rights as well as furthering the representation of women in decision-making in Kosovo. Following guidelines from the E...
  • KWN accepted 56 Project Fiches in the 12th Round of Kosovo Women’s Fund

    On 26 June, Kosovo Women’s Network (KWN) published the Call for Applications for the twelfth round of grants within the Kosovo Women’s Fund (KWF). This round is the only one for this year and the grants to be awarded in this round are supported by the Austrian Development Agency (ADA) through the KWN initiative “Promoting the Wome...
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