Gender equality and non-discrimination

Gender & Non Discrimination


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Summer School on Gender Economics and Society

From 7 to 11 July 2014

Venue: ITCILO Campus, Turin, Italy


During an intensive week and under the guidance of internationally renowned professors and public leaders, students will be exploring the linkages between gender, economics and social policies. The Summer School is a partnership between the ITCILO, University of Turin, Polytechnic of Turin and Collegio Carlo Alberto.

The Summer School description can be downloaded here.

To know more about programme and speakers check out the School's website at:
Applications: will open on April 14th, 2014 and close on May 12th, 2014.
The application form can be accessed here.

Accepted participants will be notified by the end of May. 
Fellowships available for the residential course "Gender equality for development effectiveness"
  A few partial fellowships are available for the residential course "Gender equality for development effectiveness".

Place:Turin (ITC-ILO campus)
Date: 26-30 May, 2014
Deadline for applications: April 14, 2014

Download here the flyer of the residential course "Gender equality for development effectiveness".

The partial fellowships are intended for nationals of ODA countries who comply with the requirements detailed here below.

Participants who wish to apply without a fellowship can of course do so. The deadline for applications is the same.


Application Form
Click here to fill in the on-line application form.

Applications deadline
April 14, 2014

Fellowship and Fees
Fees: Euro 2100
A few partial fellowships are available

Course admission requirements
- Fluency in English
- Direct professional experience in development planning at policy, programme or project level
- Interest in issues related to development cooperation policies and programmes
- Previous knowledge of  basics on gender and development. Participants who do not possess this requirement will be ask to do some pre-course work.

Fellowship eligibility criteria
- Course admission requirements
- Being a national of a ODA (overseas development assistance) country*
- Proven institutional capacity to participate actively in processes related to development policy, programming and/or budgeting
- Proven capacity to disseminate and implement the learning acquired in his/her own professional context

Priority will be given to staff from governmental and non-governmental institutions active in gender mainstreaming in development policy and programming implementation from the 15 countries targeted by the EC/UN Project “Financing for Gender Equality” (F4GE)

*NB: International Civil Servants (UN Staff) and staff from donor organisations are not eligible for fellowships

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