WLP’s partners in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, Shymkent Women’s Resource Center (SWRC) and Bir Duino, are key to empowering Central Asian women to be peaceful and inclusive leaders. From March 22 to 25, 2018, they convened a Training of Trainers (TOT) workshop in Borjomi, Georgia for leading human rights activists. It was co-organized by two Georgian NGOs they have mentored over the years, Fund Sukhumi and Consent.
Expert workshop facilitators from Women's Learning Partnership (WLP) convened in Beirut, Lebanon in February 2018 to share strategies, methods, and ideas that enhance their work as trainers and human rights advocates.
In this video, Gulzi Nabi discusses the idea of what democracy, what it means means, and its importance in the functioning of society how it helps to promote women leadership.
An exploration of the linkages between women’s rights and human rights, and the continuing significance of rights in policymaking. (27 min)