In English. In Bosnian. In Spanish! You can download the toolkits in pdf form, to download click: here.
The toolkit offers the tools to carry out awareness, prevention and advocacy programs to help bring an end to violence against women. The toolkit outlines an overview of violence against women and its different forms, and then it connects violence against women to other pressing global problems, including HIV/AIDS, poverty, war and conflict.
Religions for Peace, European Interfaith Youth Network (RfP, EIYN) is a Non-for Profit network of organizations which exists only thanks to the generous support from private donors and foundations. As a young but very active and developing network, this year we specially need your support. We celebrate this year 5th anniversary of establishing our network. We planned then special interfaith youth encounter to take place later this year, and other activities for our “Restoring Dignity” campaign against the violence against women and in the disarmament field. Without your support we will not be able to acomplishe this plan. Please support our network’s development, even a small donation will be very important for us.
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22 May 2013 in 2013, disarmament
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EIYN’s member organization – youth group of Interreligious Council in Bosnia and Herzegovina “All Together” launched, in partnership with Religions for Peace Global Interfaith Youth Network, first initiative of youth “Restoring Dignity” campaign in Europe! The event took place on February 25, 2013, in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H).
100 people took part in all-day long event that included: training course for youth, promotion of Bosnian edition of “Restoring Dignity” toolkit, and panel discussion with speakers from largest religious institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Continue reading
EIYN is meeting in sunny Warsaw this weekend for an advocacy and mediation training designed for representatives of faith-based and interfaith organisations.
Begining last night with opening dinner and introduction, on Saturday morning the sessions started.