On Tuesday, September 27, 2011, at 11am at the Center for Women’s Studies, a press conference will be held at which campaigns for promoting the participation of women in the elections will be presented, implemented by the Center for Women’s Studies and CESI – Center for Education, Counseling and Research, together with partner organizations B.a.B.e., Domine, Delfin and CGI Poreč. This year’s campaigns are directed at political party leaderships as those most responsible for drawing up electoral lists and defining party politics.
The advocacy campaign of the Center for Women’s Studies Ad Acta – Stop Gender Discrimination on Electoral Lists with the slogan “There are More Women” is part of the two-year project AD ACTE – Anti-Discrimination ACtions Towards Equality of women and men, which is implemented in partnership with the CEE Network for Gender Issues and in collaboration with the Serbian National Council, with financial support from the European Union and the Office for Gender Equality.
The press conference will be moderated by Jasminka Pešut from the Center for Women’s Studies, and the campaigns will be presented by:
Zorica Siročić, Center for Women’s Studies,
Tajana Broz, CESI,
Mirjana Kučer, Domine.