In the course of the workshops in the municipalities across Kosovo, Democracy for Development Institute (D4D) today is in Prishtina holding a two-day workshop (24-25 August) within the project “Women for Development: Activating Inactive Women in the Labor Market”.
The lack of employment opportunities, taking care for children and the elderly, the absence of capacity building efforts for women over 35 years old, as well as the problem related to the diploma nostrification processes for the Kosovo Serb women, are some of the key issues noted by the participants coming from different municipalities, including Gracanica, Gjilan, Ranilug, Novobordo, Fushë Kosova and Prishtina.
The group of participants of women representing non-governmental organizations, businesses, gender equality officials, as well as local assembly members from above mentioned municipalities. This workshop seeks to identify the needs according to the specifics and demands of the labor market in Prishtina region and recommendations on developing strategies for activating women in the labor market in this region.
‘This activity is supported by #EngagementforEquity Program – #E4E, financed by United States Agency for International Development – USAID Kosovo, and supported by Advocacy Training and Resource Center – ATRC‘