Members of Equal Opportunities participated in one more Mentoring Walk organized by European movement in Serbia, OSCE Mission to Serbia and Embassy of the United States in November 2017 in Belgrade.
Members of Equal Opportunities participated in Mentoring Walk organized by European movement in Serbia, OSCE Mission to Serbia, Erste bank and Embassy of the United States, 5th of November 2016 in Belgrade.
The first round table about the topic “Women in the IT sector” was held on Sunday April 23rd 2016. It gave the opportunity for young women to hear more about the challenges and obstacles women are facing in the IT sector.
Study “Research on the role of ICT-related knowledge and women’s labor market situation” was created as a part of the project of the same name started in 2014 by Ministry of labour, employment and social policy and within activities of National Action Plan (NAP) for implementation of National Strategy for Improving the Position of Women and Promotion of Gender Equality.
February 6th 2014 at Aero Club in Belgrade, within the project “Comparative study of relevant business equal opportunities practices”, a Round table was held and attended by more than 50 participants. This project of the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Policy and Gender Equality Directorate is supported by Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA).
NGO “Equal Opportunities” continued implementation of the project “Women in science and technology: challenges, opportunities and the way forward”, with the support of Centre for the Promotion of Science and Institute Mihajlo Pupin, through two Round tables and data collection for the subsequent development of database of women scientists in the world, originally from Serbia.
Project “Women in science and technology” was organized by NGO “Equal Opportunities” with the support of Centre for the Promotion of Science and Institute Mihajlo Pupin. The project was delivered through three Round tables with the goal to open the discussion on women in science and technology with the special focus on motivating high school girls to choose technical professions.
The result of this project will be the establishment of five women’s clubs in five towns: Kovači (municipality of Kraljevo), Kušići (Ivanjica), Beška (Inđija), Ljubovija and Paraćin. Each club will have its own premises, computers, internet connection and five women who attended the seminar and trained to further develop e-club activities in their communities.
Project: A one-year programme for implementation of priority activities in three areas of the National Action Plan – decision making, economic empowerment and media. Project supported by International Management Group (IMG) and Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) in 2011.
Association “Equal Opportunities” has collaborated on several projects with Centre for the Promotion of Science (Serbia), during the period June-December 2011.