Gender and Leadership Event Spotlights

Wed, 3 Sep, 2014
CRTD.A organized a two days Leading to Choices Leadership workshop for the benefit of eight young women and men whose mothers are members in the Nationality Campaign. The training is planned in two phases. The first phase was concluded on the 26th and 27th of August and sought to build the youth capacity on leadership skills, communication, creating a vision, designing a campaign and setting up an action plan. The training used the WLP “Yes, I can” manual developed by the Women Learning Partnership. more
Tue, 17 Jun, 2014
Some 10 participants involved in the Nationality Campaign and from Popular Aid for Relief and Development (PARD), took part in this two-day workshop on Leadership communication and political participation, which was held on June 18 and 19. The training aimed at strengthening their leadership, communication and advocacy skills in order to further scale up their role within the Campaign as well as enable them to play a leadership role vis-à-vis other women. more
Wed, 21 May, 2014
Some 9 participants involved in the Nationality Campaign, took part in this two-day workshop on Leadership communication and political participation, which was held on May 22 and 23. The training aimed at strengthening their leadership, communication and advocacy skills in order to further scale up their role within the Campaign as well as enable them to play a leadership role vis-à-vis other women. The workshop included various interactive exercises and was based on the Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP... more
Tue, 6 May, 2014
Some 13 participants involved in the Nationality Campaign, took part in this two-day workshop on Leadership communication and political participation, which was held on May 7 and 8. The training aimed at strengthening their leadership, communication and advocacy skills in order to further scale up their role within the Campaign as well as enable them to play a leadership role vis-à-vis other women. The workshop included various interactive exercises and was based on the Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP... more
Tue, 15 Apr, 2014
Some 11 participants involved in the Nationality Campaign, took part in this two-day workshop on Leadership communication and political participation, which was held on April 16 and 17. The training aimed at strengthening their leadership, communication and advocacy skills in order to further scale up their role within the Campaign as well as enable them to play a leadership role vis-à-vis other women. The workshop included various interactive exercises and was based on the Women’s Learning Partnership (... more
Mon, 3 Feb, 2014
We have noted two significant developments earlier this year in both Bahrain and Jordan, notably an attempt to reform nationality laws and bring some justice to women in their right to transmit nationality. The Bahraini cabinet approved on 12 January 2014 a decision allowing Bahraini women married to non-nationals the right to transmit the Bahraini nationality with conditions that have yet to be communicated. The Cabinet also approved the referral of suggested revisions to selected clauses of the... more
Sun, 22 Dec, 2013
CRTD.A organised in its capacity as the new regional secretariat (2013 - 2016) the steering committee meeting for the EWR, which was attended by 8 participants from the Committee members from Jordan, Morocco, Egypt and Lebanon. more
Mon, 16 Sep, 2013
CRTD.A organized a workshop on “Participatory leadership and women’s political participation” in its training center in the Museum area. more
Wed, 4 Sep, 2013
CRTD.A organized a workshop on “Participatory leadership and women’s political participation” in its training center in the Museum area. more
Thu, 18 Jul, 2013
Members of "Equality without Reservation" steering committee, which includes women from Egypt, Syria, Palestine, Lebanon, Morocco, Jordan and Tunisia, met in Cairo on 27 June 2013. The meeting was hosted by the EWR secretariat, the New Woman Foundation, and focused on discussing and analyzing the current trends and developments in the region, the impact on women's rights and the role of the EWR.    more