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Instraw - Junio 07

INSTRAW News / Noticias del INSTRAW / Nouvelles de INSTRAW
E-Newsletter
Mid June 2007

Table of Contents
1. NEWS
2. EVENTS
3. NEW PUBLICATIONS/PAPERS/ARTICLES/WEBSITES
4. CALL FOR PAPERS/PROPOSALS
5. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES


1. NEWS
**Religion and Women’s Human Rights**. The European Women’s Lobby (EWL)

and the National Council of German Women’s Organizations (the German
coordination for EWL) held a seminar on women and religions on 18 May
2007 in Potsdam, Germany. The aim of the seminar was to have a dialogue

about the role of religions in Europe and in particular their influence

on women’s rights and life. Other issues that were discussed during the

seminar were the integration of migrants, late abortion and childcare.
For more information please visit:
http://www.womenlobby.org/site/hp.asp?langue=EN
Link to the EWL position paper Religion and Women’s Human Rights.
European Women’s Lobby - Lobby européen des femmes
E-mail: struthers@womenlobby.org

** Women in Parliament – Finland**. In recent parliamentary elections
in
Finland the number of women in parliament increased significantly from
75 to 84 among the 200 members. It makes 42 % and thus Finland is the
third country after Rwanda and Sweden in the statistics on the
proportion of women in the parliaments of Inter Parliamentary Union. Of

a total of 20 members in Finland’s Parliament, 12 are women and 8 are
men, making it the cabinet with the highest proportion of women in the
world. Source of information: NEWW-Polska
http://www.neww.org.pl/en.php/news/news/1.html?&nw=3687&re=2

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2. EVENTS
**Grassroots Academy in Latin America and the Caribbean**. Grassroots
women leaders from rural and urban areas of Latin America and the
Caribbean will meet in this event from 1-4 August 2007 in Lima, Peru.
The objective of the meeting is to network, share their experiences,
knowledge and skills on political issues such as: securing rights and
access to land, economic empowerment, sustainable agriculture,
community
organizing and mobilization methods, and making cities safer for women.

Participation in this event is limited and by invitation only. For more

information, please visit:
http://www.huairou.org/knowledge/events/2007_lagwia.html#english

**Gender Learning and ICT**. This Symposium, which will be held on
23-25
August 2007 in Helsingborg, Sweden, is being organized by the research
network Gender and Equity in the field of Learning and IT – GLIT. It is

open to all researchers, doctoral students and others who are
interested
in the intersecting research areas of Gender, Learning and IT. For more

information, please access the link below:
http://www.upc.umu.se/pdf/Invitation_Symposium_on_Gender.pdf
E-mail: Sara.Goodman@genus.lu.se

**Female Labor Migration in Globalizing Asia: Translocal/Transnational
Identities and Agencies**. This workshop is jointly organized by the
Asia Research Institute and Asian Metacentre for Population and
Sustainable Development Analysis, National University of Singapore, and

will be held on 13-14 September 2007 in Singapore. The workshop aims to

explore the mutual interactions of global and local discourses and
practices on female migration and labor in Asia, particularly in
Southeast Asia and China. For more information please visit:
http://www.ari.nus.edu.sg/events_categorydetails.asp?categoryid=6&eventid=613
E-mail: arisss@nus.edu.sg, ariamg@nus.edu.sg – Contact: Ms SUNDARAY
Shamala, Dr GAETANO Arianne

**Mapping Global Inequality - University of California – University of
California (UC) Atlas**. This UC Atlas Project Global Inequality
Conference will be held on 13-14 December, 2007 at the University of
California, Santa Cruz, California. The aim of the conference is to
expand the debate on the implications of globalization for poverty and
inequality to other areas such as health inequalities, migration, the
digital divide and globalization as well as a broader perspective on
material inequality. For more information on the conference topics,
workshops, keynote speakers, submission of papers and the deadline for
their presentation, please visit: http://ucatlas.ucsc.edu/flyer.html
E-mail: bencrow@ucsc.edu, Ben Crow, Sociology Department, University of

California Santa Cruz

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3. NEW PUBLICATIONS, PAPERS/ARTICLES AND/OR WEBSITES
**Equal Rights, Equal Voices--Migrant Women in the European Union**.
This publication is the result of a public seminar organized by the
European Women’s Lobby entitled “Equal Rights, Equal Voices – Migrant
women in the European Union” which was held on 20-21 January 2007,
Brussels, Belgium. This seminar brought together for the first time
migrant women leaders and activists from all EU Member States. For more

information, please visit:
http://www.stopvaw.org/New_Publication_Equal_Rights_Equal_Voices--Migrant_Women_in_the_European_Union.html

**Responding to Domestic Violence: A Handbook for the Uganda Police
Force**. The Center for Domestic Violence Prevention (CEDOVIP) and the
Uganda Police Force have been working as partners for the past six
years
in the prevention of domestic violence. Together they have improved
police response, developed standardized protocols for officers handling

cases of domestic violence, and strengthened the capacity of police to
effectively respond to the problem of domestic violence at the police
stations. This handbook is the result of their collaboration. To see a
copy of the handbook, go to:
http://www.preventgbvafrica.org/Downloads/PoliceHandbook.CEDOVIP.pdf

**Gender and Trade Action Guide: A training resource for development
work**. The links between gender, trade and development are
increasingly
being recognised by policy-makers, non-governmental organisations and
development agencies. This publication was developed out of a series of

regional workshops and explores the different impacts of trade on women

and men. It provides practical guidelines on how to use trade
opportunities to further development, alleviate poverty and promote
gender equality. It also suggests ways to get gender on to the
international trade agenda. The book can be used by trainers or for
self-study. Available online:
http://www.thecommonwealth.org/news/165330/120607newbook.htm
(Source: www.developmentgateway.org)

**Web page: Women in National Parliaments, 2007**. Learn about the data

compiled by the
International Parliamentary Union (IPU) based on the information
submitted by national parliaments on the participation rates of women
in
national parliaments around the world. It provides world and regional
averages, broken down by total number of Members of Parliament for
Upper
and Lower Houses, further broken down by gender. Also available is a
link to an archive of statistical data on women in National
Parliaments.
For more information, please visit: http://www.ipu.org/wmn-e/world.htm

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4. CALL FOR PAPERS/PROPOSALS/PARTICIPATION
**Second Women’s Human Rights Training Institute (WHRTI)-2007-2009**.
The Bulgarian Gender Research Foundation (BGRF), the Center for
Reproductive Rights (CRR) and the Network of East-West Women (NEWW)
announce a call for applications for the second WHRTI for 2007-2009.
This two-year series of workshops bring together the same group of
participants over the course of the training. The goal is to strengthen

the ability of lawyers from Central and Eastern Europe, the Baltic
States and the Caucasus to litigate cases concerning women’s human
rights, at the national, regional and international levels through the
development of feminist legal analysis and litigation skills,
cross-border cooperation, and networking. The deadline for applications

is 30 June 2007. For more information on the sessions, requirements for

participants, please visit:
http://www.neww.org.pl/en.php/news/news/1.html?&nw=3626&re=4

**Women Living Under Muslim Laws (WLUML)**. Invites short, personal
reflective articles from activists, researchers and students for
WLUML’s
forthcoming newsletter to be published in July 2007. For information on

the topics for the articles, guidelines and example of an article,
please visit:
http://www.wluml.org/english/newsfulltxt.shtml?cmd[157]=x-157-554030
Entries must be submitted by 3 July 2007 to e-mail: pubs@wluml.org. The

subject line should read: REFLECTIONS

**New York University (NYU) Center for European and Mediterranean
Studies**. The Gender and Transition Workshop at NYU invites speakers
to
submit proposals for talks for the academic year 2007-2008. For more
information on the topics to be covered, participants, please visit:
http://www.neww.org.pl/pipermail/neww-members/2006-July/000031.html
To present a talk for this workshop, please e-mail the co-moderators:
Sonia Jaffe Robbins, sjr5@nyu.edu, and Nanette Funk,
nanfunk@earthlink.net

**International Conference on Gender Responsive Budgeting and Social
Justice**. The Nordic/Baltic Network on Gender Responsive Budgeting
calls for contributions for an international conference on gender
responsive budgeting to be held on 10-11 January 2008, at Mykolas
Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania. The main theme of the
conference
will be the normative basis for gender budgeting. In addition to the
plenary sessions, there will be separate sessions to launch the three
proposed Nordic/Baltic working groups on tax, welfare benefits, and
labour market issues. The date for the submission of abstracts is 15
October 2007. For more information please visit:
http://www.oekonomi.uio.no/grb/Callfor.pdf
http://www.oekonomi.uio.no/grb/
Abstracts of papers must be sent to: genderbud@econ.uio.no

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5. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
**Technical Coordinator: Regional Programme on Gender Responsive Budget

Initiatives**. UNIFEM seeks a professional to technically coordinate
the
programme “Strengthening democratic governance at local level: Gender
Responsive Budgets Initiatives in Latin America." To learn about the
responsibilities of the post, competencies, and required skills and
experience please visit:
http://jobs.undp.org/cj_view_job.cfm?job_id=1962

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