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1 based on a questionnaire disseminated within the ITUC-PERC Women’s Network Agnieszka Ghinararu

2  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

3 Who took part? 26 organizations from 19 CEE and NIS countries  Albania: BSPSH, KSSH  Bulgaria: CITUB, Podkrepa  Czech Rep.: CMKOS  Croatia: NHS  Estonia: EAKL  Georgia: GTUC  Hungary: LIGA, MSZOSZ  Kazakhstan: FTURK  Kyrgyzstan: FTUK  Latvia: LBAS  Lithuania: LDF, LPSK, Solidarumas  Macedonia: KSS, UNASM  Moldova: CNSM  Montenegro: CTUM  Poland: Solidarnosc  Romania: BNS, Cartel- Alfa  Russia: FNPR  Serbia: Nezavisnost  Ukraine: FPU

4 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

5  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

6  Women’s structure is mentioned in a statute of confederation in  20 cases out of 26

7  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

8 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)

9  confederation’s website - 24   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).

10  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)

11  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

12  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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