Presentation on theme: "Based on a questionnaire disseminated within the ITUC-PERC Women’s Network Agnieszka Ghinararu."— Presentation transcript:
based on a questionnaire disseminated within the ITUC-PERC Women’s Network Agnieszka Ghinararu
to see what is the general situation of the TU women’s structures and in which forms they are organized to use the outcomes during the 13 th Women’s School 26 collected questionnaires out of 30 organizations present during the School
a. women’s network – 6 / 26 b. women’s committee-national level – 8 / 26 c. equality committee-national level – 6 /26 d. other form of organization: 6 /26 LPSK Women’s Center Solidarnosc: structure based on individual membership with regional internal composition FPU Council’s standing commission BNS, CITUB and Podkrepa have both: Network and National WC
Legal personality which allows women's structure to act on your own for example: ability to submit project proposals to different donors, cooperate with different institutions, etc. YES- 10 /26
Women’s structure is mentioned in a statute of confederation in 20 cases out of 26
21/26 women’s structures have reserved seats in decisions making bodies in majority of cases (13 ) it is 1 seat in 1(or two) decision making body the other varies from 2 up to 27!? In 21 cases they have full voting rights; 2 – advisory position
Other means of influencing the decision making bodies of confederations: submitting proposals of decisions and statements (8 answers) lobbing among the delegates and other leaders (5 answers)
confederation’s website - 24 e-mail - 23 own website - 8 regular bulletin of our structure - 4 other: - - mass media; - - Facebook (!) of the Women Committee of GTUC; - - own newsletter, and newsletter of the MSZOSZ; - mailing list; - - Newspaper “Solidarumas”; - - Meetings of the Committee and decision making bodies/ web site of the Confederation will be active soon/; - - various events (round tables, seminars).
Women’s structures’ activities are financed by their confederations in 17/26 cases 11 cases - regular, annual budget 9 cases - ad hoc financial support Other financial sources were listed as well: - applying to different foundations; - projects (5 answers) - ESF (2 answers) - F. Ebert Foundation (2 answers) - funding from branches - membership fees; - ILO - partnerships with NGOs - donor organizations (2 answers)
Educational activities Campaigns Cooperation with NGOs, institutions, etc. Successful lobbying governmental bodies to influence (amend/adopt new) law 8 March activities and other celebrations Projects
Lack of (or not sufficient) funds Lack of human resources Not many (young) active women and passiveness of those in women's structures – do we know why? Lack of understanding that women’s issues are trade union issues Not enough educational activities for women Small number of women in decision making bodies Crisis
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