Institutions

This is a database created collectively through your contributions, which is why we encourage you to continue participating, providing your knowledge and information on these types of institutions, as well as sharing your comments about each one of them. We aim to include institutions which conduct the following types of activities specifically related to training for gender equality:

 

  • Provision of training for gender equality – either in the public or private sectors
  • Conduct research and analysis on training for gender equality
  • Provide training or education on gender equality at the postgraduate or professional development level e.g. a specific Masters course dedicated to gender issues in a specific field
  • Commission and/or evaluation training for gender equality

 

If you have any questions about the COP institutions database, please contact tc.cop@unwomen.org.

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Collective for Research and Training on Development (CRTD-A) The Collective for Research and Training on Development-Action (CRTD.A) is a non-governmental organization initiated in July 1999 and based in Beirut. Whether working in Lebanon or across the Arab World primarily in Yemen, Egypt, Syria, Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria, CRTD.A seeks to contribute to the social development of local communities and organizations through enhancing capacities particularly in gender analysis, gender and development, poverty and exclusion, for the purpose of contributing to creating a more just and equitable environment. CRTD.A has a dynamic and flexible team of highly specialized researchers, trainers and practitioners who are able to respond to diverse needs and changing environments. CRTD.A operates within the different cultural and linguistic environments of the Middle East. An advantage of CRTD.A's is its ability to tap into a vast network of key scholars, researchers and practitioners across the Arab World. Furthermore, CRTD.A is guided by a voluntary International Advisory Board (IAB) of highly regarded gender and development experts. more...
International Labour Organization International Training Centre (ITC ILO) The International Labour Organization and the Italian Government established the International Training Centre in 1964 in Turin, Italy, as an advanced vocational training institute. It has since matured into a focal point for high-level in-service training. This takes place in Turin, in course participants' home countries or via the Internet. The Centre provides training and related services that develop human resources and institutional capabilities. We thereby contribute to achieving the ILO's goal of decent work for women and men. more...
The Capacity Development Group The Capacity Development Group works with United Nations and not-for-profit clients to clarify and implement their goals for gender equality and diversity. The Group undertakes research and analysis for environmental mapping, organizational audit, program and project evaluation, policy stock-taking and gender mainstreaming. The Group also designs and facilitate strategic planning retreats and workshops, tailor-made to our clients' requirements in all areas of their work. The guaranteed results are greater clarity of purpose and constructive collaboration, leading directly to more effective and focused output for your group or team. more...
Gender Equality Incorporated (GDI) The GDI offers dynamic and creative Associates with extensive experience around the globe offer you varied sectoral expertise, multi-language abilities and strong writing skills. We give you the results you need for success. more...
Men Mobilizing networks of men to work as allies with women and role models for positive masculinity and violence preventio more...
Search for Common Ground Founded in 1982, Search for Common Ground works to transform the way the world deals with conflict - away from adversarial approaches and towards collaborative problem solving. The organization works with local partners to find culturally appropriate means to strengthen societies' capacity to deal with conflicts constructively: to understand the differences and act on the commonalities. more...
Women Women'sNet works to advance gender equality and justice in South Africa through the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) by providing training and facilitating content dissemination and creation that supports women, girls, and women's and gender organisations and networks to take control of their own content and ICT use. more...
Women The Women's Training Centre started its activities in the early 1990s. Its establishment was prompted by the need to provide women orientation and help in finding new employment opportunities and facing new challenges under the changed socio-economic conditions accompanying transition to a market economy.he WTC has expertise in: business training, business and management consultations, employment, work, education, organisational management, development of the third sector (non-profit organisations), gender equality and gender mainstreaming, Estonia and the European Union, mentor programmes, network development, project writing and implementation. more...
Zambia National Women The mission of the ZNWL is to promote women representation and participation in decision making at all levels through advocacy, lobbying and capacity building for women in Zambia more...
University of Cape Town; African Gender Institute (AGI) AGI's mission is to build intellectual capacity and establish an African resource dedicated to strengthening and advancing the work of intellectuals, researchers, policy-makers and practitioners committed to the attainment of gender equity more...
AHRC Research Centre for Law;Gender and Sexuality The Centre was founded on 1st June 2004 and involves a partnership between the University of Kent - the main physical base for the Centre - and the universities of Keele and Westminster. The overall aim of CentreLGS is to pioneer and facilitate work that analyses, investigates and deepens understanding of the relationship between Law, Gender and Sexuality. CentreLGS seeks to broaden this field of studies by using humanities methods (philosophical, historical, doctrinal, literary and cultural) to analyse legal issues relating to gender and sexuality. It also seeks to deepen theorisation of relations of inequality, in particular to explore how gender and sexuality intersect other social relations, including class, disability, ethnicity, and race. more...
BRIDGE BRIDGE supports gender advocacy and mainstreaming efforts of policymakers and practitioners by bridging the gaps between theory, policy and practice with accessible and diverse gender information. BRIDGE was set up in 1992 as a specialised gender and development research and information service within the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), United Kingdom (UK). This was on the initiative of the Development Assistance Committee of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD/DAC) Working Party on Gender Equality (now the Gendernet). BRIDGE is one of a family of knowledge services from IDS. BRIDGE strives for a just world where gender and other equalities are an outcome of development, facilitated/championed by Southern and Northern institutions in which gender issues have been successfully mainstreamed. BRIDGE will support such endeavours through catalytic knowledge creation and management that encourages the multi-directional sharing of ideas and experiences, and pushes the boundaries of 'what is knowledge' and 'who learns from whom'. BRIDGE Mission - Supporting gender advocacy and mainstreaming efforts. BRIDGE seeks to transform development practice by supporting global gender advocacy and mainstreaming efforts down to the operational level, by bridging the gaps between theory, policy and practice. This will be undertaken through accessible and appropriate knowledge creation, sharing, and management, in long-term collaboration involving mutual capacity-building with Southern and Northern partners. Our work is directed by an International Advisory Committee of gender specialists. BRIDGE work is supported by the following agencies: Department for International Development, UK (DFID) The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) Irish Aid. Siyanda, BRIDGE's sister site is an interactive space where gender practitioners can share ideas, experiences and resources. It also provides information on trainings and scholarships specific to gender. Siyanda is hosted by BRIDGE - the gender and development research and information service located at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) (in the United Kingdom). more...
Universidad Nacional de Tucum La Universidad Nacional de Tucum more...
Flinders University; Gender Consortium Flinders University enjoys a well-justified reputation for its excellence in teaching and research. It has a long-standing commitment to enhancing educational opportunities for all and a proud record of community engagement. The Gender Consortium (GC) is a group of associates who have expertise and experience in gender training, policy development and research. In Australia, and internationally, Gender Consortium has worked in the areas of gender mainstreaming, gender analysis, gender and development, and gender equity. Gender Consortium's staff and associates have worked in a wide range of countries including Indonesia, China, Vietnam, Mongolia, East Timor, India, Thailand, Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Australia. more...

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