Non-governmental organization “Women’s Right” started implementation of a project “Women for equality and peace in the north of Kosovo,” supported by UNMIK, Radio kontakt plus reports today.
The project aims to help establish a multi-ethnic advocacy group in the four northern municipalities, that would prepare action plans for gender equality.
As their first activity, the participants attended a two-day training in Gracanica.
Luleta Demolli, director of the Kosovo Research Centre for Gender Equality and Nuna Zvizdic director of NGO “Women to Women” from Bosnia and Herzegovina held interactive workshops on UN SC Resolution 1325 and UN Women and Peace Security Agenda, as well as on lobbying mechanisms for the action plans on gender equality.
During the training, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of UNMIK, Zahir Tanin visited the group and wished them successful work.