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Position of Women in Montenegro
By Rosa Popovic
During the past ten years Montenegrin economy underwent
economic transformation, as well as serious social changes. This
period is marked by the disintegration of former Yugoslavia,
wars in the region, a large number of refugees and internal
displaced persons (IDP's) who find shelter in Montenegro (at
one moment they represented 12% of the total Montenegrin
population, and that was actually the period of the greatest
economic, social and political crisis).
Free Software for Free Women
Christina Haralanova
New technologies are challenging the way we live, the way we
conduct business, the way we educate ourselves and our
children. Women from solidarity economy groups recognise the
need to learn to use them as a tool in their work. But what
about free software? Is there any relationship between
solidarity economy and free software?
The Quintessential Step of Serbia and Montenegro
towards the European Union:
Facing Historical and Present Day Myths and Delusions
By Ognjen Radonjic
The European Union is the only rational future road to political
and economic development for Serbia and Montenegro. At the
same time, it is also a powerful guarantee of peace and stability
in the region. Serbia and Montenegro is very far from the
European integration processes at this moment. In order to
make the process of accession faster and easier and at the
same time to prevent eventual wars in the near and distant
future, this study has the aim of revealing two extraordinary
delusions on the part of Serbian people and present day
national leaders.
The Women’s Movement in Russia: Yesterday, Today, and
By Zoya Khotkina
The women’s movement in contemporary Russia exists as the
social, cultural, and political activity of women’s groups and
organisations, aimed at bringing together the interests of
various social strata of women and bringing about a change in
the system of gender relations. The Ministry of Justice of the
Russian Federation has officially registered over 600 women’s
organisations. The women’s movement in Russia is one of the
most active parts of the Third Section Movement, encompassing
approximately 10% of the most active NGOs.
How does change happen?
The 10th AWID International Forum
Women's Rights and Development
October 27-30, 2005
Bangkok, Thailand
Gender, Economic
Development, and Poverty
Reduction eLearning Course
October 31-November 25, 2005
To register, visit the PGP learning
Effective Management for
November 7-11, 2005
Oxford, UK
Contact: training@intrac.org
or +44 (0)1865 263 040
Intensive Course on
Justiciability of Economic,
Social and Cultural Rights
November 14-19, 2005,
Turku/Åbo, Finland
International Training Course
on Gender, Development and
Participatory Governance
organized by The Royal Tropical
from 14 November to
2 December 2005
in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Second Phase of the World
Summitt on Information
November 16-18, 2005
Tunis, Tunisia
2005 Commonwealth Human
Rights Forum
November 20-21, 2005
For more information please visit:
International Centre for
Economic, Social and Cultural
The Inaugural conference
“Globalisation and the
Future of Economic, Social
and Cultural Rights”
November 24-26, 2005
Lisboa, Portugal
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