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Head of Gender Unit

Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights


Head of Gender Unit

Georgian Women's NGO Coalition


Head of Gender Programme

OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions


Affiliations

Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights

Gender Advisor, Gender Unit


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Women’s Views on Democratic Processes

The special program was led by Tiina Ilsen, Gender Advisor, Gender Unit, ODIHR/OSCE.In her article for the information bulletin of Coalition she states, 'We change community from the inside, for only equal opportunities make it truly democratic.We work at the high-grade change of the society, which we live in. For only community, which provide equal opportunities for men and women can be regarded as democratic'. The International Conference 'Increasing Women's Participation in Democratic Processes', which coincided with the coalition's 5-year jubilee, summed up the coalition's history as well as the dynamic of the Georgian women's movement on the whole - its tendencies, achievements and failures.The two-day forum gathered members of the Coalition, representatives of the governmental and non-governmental sectors, leaders of public associations and litical parties, representatives of international organizations and foreign guests. Ilsen opened the conference together with Tamar Beruchashvili, Deputy Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, Chair of the Government Commission for Gender Equality; and Neli Javakhishvili, a member of the Women's NGO Coalition of Georgia, NGO Georgian Foundation.According to Ilsen, 'True democracy can exist only in a society where representatives from all spheres of life take responsibility.This has become one of the key themes for cooperation between OSCE and Georgia in gender equality.Considering women's interests and demands on all levels of decision-making, defence of women's rights and gender equality shall become the social norm, because an undivided element of democratic structure is gender equality and rights'.Active cooperation among participants, speakers and guests, representatives of the governmental and public sectors made the Conference an overall success and defin he path for effective future development of democratic processes in gender issues.


Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights - Gender equality

Tiina Ilsen, Head of ODIHR's Gender Unit, giving an interview on the sidelines of a meeting of the Georgian Women's NGO Coalition, in Tbilisi, 2 November 2005. (OSCE/Curtis Budden)
Tiina Ilsen, Head of ODIHR's Gender Unit, giving an interview on the sidelines of a meeting of the Georgian Women's NGO Coalition, in Tbilisi, 2 November 2005. (OSCE/Curtis Budden)


UNECE - United Nations Economic Commission for Europe

The speakers included Mr. Bolat Akchulakov, Deputy Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources of Kazakhstan who delivered statement on behalf of National Commission on Family Affairs and Gender Policy under the President of Kazakhstan (statement), Ms. Regina Roy, EU Delegation in Kazakhstan, and Ms. Tiina Ilsen, Head of Gender Programme of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights.


Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights - Gender equality

Tiina Ilsen, Head of the ODIHR's Gender Unit, giving an interview on the sidelines of a meeting of the Georgian Women's NGO Coalition, in Tbilisi, 2 November 2005. (OSCE/Curtis Budden)Tiina Ilsen, Head of the ODIHR's Gender Unit, giving an interview on the sidelines of a meeting of the Georgian Women's NGO Coalition, in Tbilisi, 2 November 2005. (OSCE/Curtis Budden)


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