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Gender (in)equality in Montenegro

Gender (in)equality in Montenegro

In order to fully grasp gender (in)equality in Montenegro, check out the infographic shown below.

| March 27, 2014
Progress on Equality between Men and Women in 2012

Progress on Equality between Men and Women in 2012

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| March 27, 2014
Practical tool for gender responsible budgeting in tree steps

Practical tool for gender responsible budgeting in tree steps

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| February 5, 2013

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Presentation of the Publication ”Protection from domestic violence – My rights“
Presentation of the Publication ”Protection from domestic violence – My rights“

Presentation of the Publication „Protection from domestic violence – My rights” was organised today at the Apart Hotel in Podgorica. Keynote speakers at the event were members of

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Women and entrepreneurship in Montenegro: The missing puzzle piece

Women and entrepreneurship in Montenegro: The missing puzzle piece

I was recently going through the results of our programme for the economic empowerment of women in Montenegro when it hit me: a missing puzzle piece had finally found its place. Let me tell you the whole story. In my country, women and men may be legally equal, but the reality of everyday life is much different. The […]

| July 3, 2014
One (in a) Billion

One (in a) Billion

1 out of 3. Sounds like regular statistical data, doesn’t it? To women around the globe, it sounds like a reminder of how much patriarchy imposes itself over equality. 1 out of 3 women in the world experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime which leaves us with an appalling number of one billion women subjected to violence. […]

| February 25, 2014
Women in politics: Montenegro’s silent revolution

Women in politics: Montenegro’s silent revolution

  Kaca Djurickovic, Vahagn Muradyan, and Barbora GalvankovaIn the small nation of Montenegro, men are in the minority. However, in the country’s 81-member legislature, men occupy 67 seats. This leaves just 14 seats (17 percent) to women. The good news? This is the greatest representation female candidates have achieved since 1992. The outcome of the […]

| February 11, 2013