Delegacija iz Tadžikistana u poseti Akademiji[:en]Presentation of WLA for delegation of women politicians from Tajikistan

[:en]On Thursday, December 15, Women’s Leadership Academy presented its program and capacities to delegation of women politicians from Tajikistan during their visit to Serbia organized by the OSCE. The Tajik delegation believes that the Academy is international example of good practice for empowering the women for political engagement, and they are looking forward to cooperating with Academy and its experts in the future.[:sr]Akademija ženskog liderstva predstavila je svoj program i kapacitete delegaciji političarki iz Tadžikistana tokom njihove posete Srbiji organizovane od strane OEBS-a. Prezentacija aktivnosti Akademije ženskog liderstva održala se u prostorijama Misije OEBS-a u Srbiji u četvrtak 15. decembra. Delegacija iz Tadžikistana je zaključila da je Akademija međunarodni primer dobre prakse za osnaživanje žena u političkom angažmanu, i nadaju se budućoj saradnji sa Akademijom i njenim ekspertkinjam.[:]

[:sr]Sastanku su prirustvovale alumnistinje Akademije Anđela Ilić, Bojana Pećo i Jovana Medenica i deo projektnog tima, Marija Mutić i Bogdan Urošević.

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Planira se otvaranje Škole za političke liderke u Tadžikistanu 2017. godine i političarke iz ove zemlje su srdačno pozvale eksperte i ekspertkinje Akademije da im pomognu sa otvaranjem sličnog programa u  njihovoj zemlji.

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Debata i razmena iskustava između delegacije Tadžikistana i tima Akademije ženskog liderstva protekao je veoma dinamično i, uprkos jezičkim i kulturološkim razlikama, pronađeno je mnogo sličnosti i zajedničkih problema u obe ove grupe. Tim Akademije kao i alumnistkinje Akademije raduju se sledećoj prilici za širenje znanja i naučenih lekcija, kao i međunarodnoj saradnji.

unnamed-1[:en]School for women political leaders is to be opened in Tajikistan in 2017 and women politicians from this country were happy to invite the Academy experts to help them with initiation of similar program in their own country.

Debate and exchange of experiences between Tajik delegation and Women’s Leadership Academy team and alumnae was very lively, and despite the language and cultural differences, there were a lot of similarities and common issues between two groups. Both the Academy team and alumnae are looking forward to a next opportunity for dissemination of know-how and lessons learned, as well as international cooperation.[:]