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In our database of institutions that offer gender education or training you can find information related to the diversity of existing gender training institutions in the international context, identified by geographic and thematic areas. 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.

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Center for Asia-Pacific Women in Politics (CAPWIP) The Center for Asia-Pacific Women in Politics (CAPWIP) is a non-partisan, non-profit and non-governmental regional organization (NGO) dedicated to promoting equal participation of women in politics and decision-making. CAPWIP operates through a network of national affiliates clustered into 5 sub-regional groupings: Central Asia, East Asia, Pacific, Southeast Asia, and South Asia. The Center's sub-regional focal points and national affiliates are autonomous organizations actively involved in women's political empowerment in their respective countries. CAPWIP has committed itself to supporting its network through technical assistance in organizational and program planning, training, research and information sharing. The Center develops modules and training programs for women's leadership and responsible citizenship based on the framework of transformative politics. The Center conducts trainers' training for women's political empowerment and trans formative politics. more...
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...
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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...
Inter-Agency Gender Working Group (IGWG) The Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG), established in 1997, is a network comprising nongovernmental organizations, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), cooperating agencies, and the Bureau for Global Health of USAID.The IGWG promotes gender equity within population, health, and nutrition programs with the goal of improving reproductive health/HIV/AIDS outcomes and fostering sustainable development. more...
International Security Information Service (ISIS Europe) ISIS Europe is an independent research organisation that works to increase transparency, stimulate parliamentary engagement and broaden participation in EU and NATO policy-making. Through its publications and events, ISIS Europe facilitates parliamentary and inter-institutional dialogue and provides policy input to strengthen common approaches to conflict prevention, crisis management, peace building, arms control and disarmament. more...
Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (M.I.G.S) The Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (MIGS) is a non-profit organisation which promotes and contributes to projects of social, political, and economic themes relating to gender with an emphasis on the Mediterranean region. The Institute recognises the multilayered levels of discrimination against women and accepts that this discrimination takes different forms. It is committed to the elimination of this discrimination using a combination of research, advocacy and lobbying, as well as trainings, conferences, and other activities. more...
Men Mobilizing networks of men to work as allies with women and role models for positive masculinity and violence preventio more...
Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights Minnesota Advocates has received international recognition for a broad range of innovative programs to promote human rights and prevent the violation of those rights. Minnesota Advocates provides investigative fact finding, direct legal representation, collaboration for education and training, and a broad distribution of publications. Minnesota Advocates has produced more than 50 reports documenting human rights practices in more than 20 countries; educated over 10,000 students and community members on human rights issues; and provided legal representation and assistance to over 3,000 disadvantaged individuals and families. The Women's Human Rights Program of the Minnesota Advocates works to improve the lives of women by using international human rights standards to advocate for women's rights in the United States and around the world. The Women's Program integrates research, education and advocacy into all of its projects. more...
Moremi Initiative Moremi Initiative firmly believes that an investment in young women's leadership will provide double dividends to make the world a better place for all. Strategies that seek to improve the lives of girls and women significantly affect at least half the population and potentially go to the core of families and communities. Preparing and equipping young women for transformational leadership requires providing space and opportunities for them to practice and grow as leaders, igniting their passion on key issues that affect their development, equipping them with tools, knowledge and resources and encouraging them to be agents of social change. more...
Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA) OSSREA's mission is to develop and promote the emergence of a distinctive African tradition in the study, research and training in the social sciences. As a research organisation committed to promoting social science research and capacity-building of various research and teaching institutions in the region, OSSREA is keen to expand its program on gender issues. OSSREA's core interest in the anticipated program lies in expanding a multi-disciplinary research, capacity-building through training, organising forums to disseminate research findings and exchanging experiences within the Eastern and Southern Africa region. 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...

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