Following its advocacy campaign for gender parity in municipal councils, the association Mouwatinet conducts several activities to promote equal participation in decision-making in municipal councils.
The report, entitled “Euro-Mediterranean Women’s Expectations: Civil Society Conclusions and Ministerial Commitments”, identifies the progress, obstacles and agreements reached in Cairo during the fourth Euro-Mediterranean ministerial conferenc...
The Euro-Mediterranean Dialogue is conceived as a space for dialogue between 36 associations that are engaged in favour of women’s rights, with the support of international stakeholders and organizations active in the field of gender equality.
The Euro-Mediterranean Women's Foundation (FFEM) is taking part in the second edition of the "Women, Cities and Territories" seminar to discuss good practices and future actions that reaffirm the role of women in Europe and the Mediterranean.
Regional Dialogue in Amman to Present the Third Cycle of the Project “Strengthening the Capacity of the Actors Working for Equality”
The aim of the regional dialogue in Amman is to present the third cycle of the Axis 1 of the project “Women for the future in the Mediterranean”, funded by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development, and led by the IEMed...
Presentation, in Barcelona, of the Project “Strengthening the Capacity of the Actors Working for Equality” within the 3rd High-level Conference by the UfM on Women’s Empowerment
The third conference organised by the UfM on women’s empowerment brings together key actors in the fight for gender equality in the region. Discussions revolve around issues in the region, where women have a relevant role to play.
Inauguration of the exhibition "Reeds and vignettes: Arab comics in motion", which includes a complete overview of comics and current graphic novels in the Arab world through twenty-three works, produced between 2007 and 2015.
36 representatives of civil society organizations working for gender equality in Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Palestine, Egypt, Libya, Jordan, Lebanon, Bulgaria, Greece and Belgium gather in Barcelona for a capacity-building workshop.
The Foundation for Euro-Mediterranean Women (FFEM), with a secretariat at the European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), presents its objectives, its new website, as well as its plans.