OGP Gender Mainstreaiming training under ILTIZAM Program

Access to Information, Gender & Inclusion, Public Participation — Other

Morocco — May 29, 2024 @ 11:44am - 5:30am GMT-00:00

City of Tetouan

Host Organization and Partners — TTA Regional Council, Tetouan Communal Council, USAID & IRI


In partnerships with Tangier Tetouan Regional Council, Tetouan Communal Council, and with funding from USAID, IRI conduct the OGP Gender Mainstreaming Training for representatives of 10 CSOs under the ILTIZAM Program. This training will enable participants to have a comprehensive understanding of gender and be equipped with practical skills to implement these principles, and be prepared to lead and advocate for gender-sensitive open government initiatives within their organizations and communities.

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