8 March: Gender Mainstreaming a Key Topic for the TIPH

Today the world celebrates the 100th anniversary of the International Women’s Day, established in 1911 in Copenhagen, Denmark. TIPH performs several activities and projects, aimed at women’s empowerment.

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Today the world celebrates the 100th anniversary of the International Women’s Day, established in 1911 in Copenhagen, Denmark. TIPH performs several activities and projects, aimed at women’s empowerment.

TIPH is involved in legal awareness projects and professional training projects for women. The gender perspective is present in all TIPH projects, and the Mission has also taken part in creating meeting points for Hebron women.

TIPH performs female patrols in its area of responsibility, which allows the Mission to get access to a women’s perspective of the situation in Hebron.

— The TIPH is present in Hebron for all of its citizens – men and women. We cannot allow ourselves to limit our observation and reporting to only one segment of the population. That is why gender mainstreaming is of key importance for us, says TIPH Gender Adviser, Trine Lynggard.

 

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