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.
Panel discussion “Gender Equality In Building Up Information Society – Guidelines, checklists and proposals for initiating of projects in the implementation process of NSIS in Serbia” was held on April 6, 2006 at the Faculty of Traffic and Transport Engineering in Belgrade.
Association “Equal Opportunities” has organized the 3rd Round table “The World Summit on the Information Society and gender equality”, within the scope of its activities “Gender Equality in the Development of the Information Society” and with full support of Gender Caucus of the World Summit as well as the support of companies: Telekom Srbija, JP PTT Srbija, ZJPTT, Ericsson, Telegroup, Intracom, Veratnet i Eunet. The Round table was held on September 6th 2005 at Hotel Palace, Belgrade.
Association “Equal Opportunities” held a presentation at the conference YU INFO 2005 on Kopaonik, promoting gender equality in the ICT sector.
The Round table with the theme “World Summit on the Information Society and Gender Equality” was held in Hotel Hyatt on October 17th 2003, where 60 to 80 participants from the government, telecommunications operators, service providers, international organizations, non-governmental organizations and suppliers of info-communication equipment took part.
In fulfilling the mandate of the ITU Task Force on Gender Issues to encourage gender awareness in the national telecom sector, Ms. Natasa Gospic, General Manager of GSM – MONET and Chairperson of the ITU Task Force on Gender Issues, initiated this panel discussion in conjunction with the Association for Telecommunication Engineers and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering under the sponsorship of the Federal Ministry of Telecommunications.