Outcome: Strengthen our understanding of social dialogue in creating gender equity.
Tag: women’s leadership development
Women feel more confident in participating in political economy discussions.
Outcome: Strengthening our understanding and confidence in bargaining with a gender equity lens.
Outcome: Reflection on our organisational policies and practices in relation to creating a gender-equitable trade union.
Outcome: Participants feel comfortable, supported and confident in participating in the workshop.
“The pandemic made us to explore alternative models of leadership that are not militaristic, patriarchal and undemocratic.” Crecentia Mofokeng, Regional Representative for Africa, Building and Wood Workers’ International
President of Zimbabwe Chamber of Informal Associations and StreetNet International, Lorraine Ndlovu, on how the covid-19 pandemic affected her activism. “We are rethinking our approach to women’s leadership development.”
Twenty-five years after Beijing, there’s progress for women workers in South Africa but major challenges remain.
UNTU’s Siphiweokuhle Sithole, 31, is among the women unionists fighting to instil cultures of gender equality in workplaces in South Africa.
FEDUSA’s Babongile Dumani is a male champion supporting the rights of working women in southern Africa.
Community activists in five organisations share insights and perspectives about the changes in their organisations and the constituencies they work with.
We support trade union activists in creating cultures of gender equality in the trade union and workplace.
The Gender Equality Programme of the Labour Research Service supports the building of cultures of gender equality in trade unions, the workplace and community.