9th March 2016
,,Why does the discussion about gender make people uncomfortable? In Serbia, LGBT+ people are being excluded from their communities and International Women’s day is confused with romantic courting. People are afraid to say that they are feminists and young females are facing misogyny. The Green Forum intern Kristina Grujicic met with gender coordinators from two green organizations in Eastern Europe.”
To read the rest of the article, please visit the Green Forum website.
– Survey Results –
CDN Gender Working Group conducted a survey in the autumn 2014 with an aim to assess Gender equality in CDN Member and Partner organizations and get clearer picture on current situation in organizational structure.
Organizations participating in this survey are CDN Member and Partner organizations: young Green political organizations (either independent or youth wings of mother parties), youth movements with focus on social issues and NGOs predominantly orientated to ecological issues.
With this survey Gender working group aimed to examine gender statistics in:
— membership structure
– organizational structure
– international gender activity.
– Gender knows no borders –
This manifesto is a result of Working Group Meeting in Belgrade 1st – 3rd October 2014. It is meant to explain who we are, what we do and what do we stand for.
Cooperation and Development Network held its Second Strategy Planning Meeting in Belgrade, from 1st to 3rd October. We gathered representatives of Member and Partner organizations and Working group. For two days SPM delegates discussed different aspects of CDN work, internal and external cooperation and communication, action plans. This meeting was a starting point to new Strategy statement, that next General Assembly should vote upon, for period of 2015-2018. Full report/conclusions and directions brought by SPM you can find on following link: