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Ending Violence Against Girls and WomenPublicationsأخبارنامصادر

Booklet “FGM is a crime”

This booklet contains general, medical, and legal information about the crime of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

It has been produced through a partnership between Tadwein for gender studies, UNICEF, and Pathfinder

Ending Violence Against Girls and WomenPublicationsأخبارنامصادر

Booklet “I am still a child”

This booklet raises awareness of child marriage and the importance of girls’ education

It has been produced through a partnership between Tadwein for gender studies, UNICEF, and Pathfinder.

Ending Violence Against Girls and WomenPublicationsأخبارنامصادر

A study “Online Sexual Violence in Egypt”

Online sexual coercion and extortion are some of the most common forms of online sexual violence that Egyptian women suffer from

Therefore, Tadwein’s Center for gender studies has gathered and analyzed incidents of online sexual coercion and extortion in Egyptian society and that’s from the news published during the time period from 2019 to 2022

Eventsأخبارنا

Follow up on the awareness sessions on the dangers of female genital mutilation and child marriage delivered by the new trainers

On the 20th and 21st of October 2023, Tadwein for Gender Studies organized a meeting with the trainers who were recently trained on messages and skills to combat FGM in the Sinnuris Center; Fayoum Governorate. The aim of the meeting was to follow up on the sessions delivered

EventsResourcesأخبارنا

Innovative Approaches to Combat Gender-Based Violence Conference

Tadwein for Gender Studies organized a conference titled “Innovative Approaches to Combat Gender-Based Violence”. The aim of the conference was to reflect on the journey and success of El-Madrasa project as an innovative approach to combat gender-based violence in Egypt.

EventsResourcesأخبارنا

Training of Trainers on FGM and Child Marriage Messages

On the 9th and 10th of September 2023, Tadwein for Gender Studies organized a training for 10 females and 10 males in Fayoum governorate, Sinnuris Center. The aim of the training was to enhance the capabilities of these participants to better develop messages to combat the practice of both FGM and child marriage in Egypt. The training is expected to assist community members in conducting awareness sessions within their local communities.

Ending Violence Against Girls and WomenEventsأخبارنا

TOT Trainings on Advocacy Messages for Combating FGM and Child Marriage

On the 24th and 25th of August 2023, Tadwein for Gender Studies conducted a TOT training for 15 women and 15 men in Fayoum governorate, Sinnuris Center. The training aimed to enhance the skills of the trainees on developing advocacy messages for combating both FGM and child marriage. Moreover, the training also aimed at enhancing the capacity of the trainees or organizing awareness sessions within their local communities.

Publicationsأخبارنامصادر

“It is not a Shame” Booklet

This booklet explains the terms Menstrual Cycle and Period Poverty. It clarifies that the menstrual cycle “is not a flaw” and that the menstrual cycle supplies are a necessity not a luxury. Dealing with homemade pads and the disposal of sanitary pads are also explained in this booklet.

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Publicationsأخبارنامصادر

“I Got my Period” Booklet

This booklet highlights how parents, school teachers, and young girls deal whether positively or negatively with the symptoms of the menstrual cycle. The booklet also highlights the importance of accommodating girls during this period.

Campaigns & AdvocacyEnding Violence Against Girls and WomenResourcesأخبارنا

“Ramadan Sexual Harassment” Campaign

Tadwein for Gender Studies launched “Ramadan Sexual Harassment” campaign in an attempt to shed light on the violations and harassment against women and girls in the streets during the holy month of Ramadan. During the month of Ramadan, women and girls are subjected to verbal harassment. Perpetrators use phrases of a religious nature in order to stigmatize women and abuse them just because they are in public.