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Syrian Family Code
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Additional Relevant Resources
Arabe

Tunisian Family Code
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Additional Relevant Resources
Arabe

Yemini Family Code
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Additional Relevant Resources
Arabe


Emirati Family Code
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Additional Relevant Resources
Arabe

Women's Rights in Kuwaiti Personal Status Law and Bahraini Judicial Rulings (Theory)
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Maison de la liberté
Projet: Women's Rights in the Middle East and North Africa
Anglais Arabe

Through its regional Family Law Program, Freedom House published the Women's Rights in the Kuwaiti Personal Status Law and the Bahraini Shari'a Judicial Rulings (Theory Portion) which brings together Sunni, Shiite and legal scholars from the State of Kuwait and the Kingdom of Bahrain to analyze family law, Islamic jurisprudence, and religious and civil interpretations in an attempt to bridge key differences among their perspectives.


Moroccan Family Code
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Additional Relevant Resources
Arabe

Women's Rights in Kuwaiti Personal Status Law and Bahraini Judicial Rulings (Practical)
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Maison de la liberté
Projet: Women's Rights in Kuwaiti Personal Status Law and Bahraini Judicial Rulings
Anglais Arabe

The Practical Part of the Women's Rights in Kuwaiti Personal Status Law and the Bahraini Shari'a Judicial Rulings documents two national campaigns on women's rights and family law launched by civil society in the State of Kuwait and the Kingdom of Bahrain. This portion also places the campaigns within the framework of the larger movement for family law reform in each country as well as advocacy strategies and lessons learned for women’s rights activists in the Gulf region and beyond.


Kuwaiti Family Code
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Additional Relevant Resources
Arabe

Unified Personal Status Law for the Gulf Cooperation Council
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Additional Relevant Resources
Arabe

The Unified Personal Status Law for the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) represents one of the projects that aim at a codification of the provisions of Islamic Judicial Rulings, which endorsed by the ministers of justice in the GCC countries. The law consists of 282 articles, which include provisions relating to the family and personal rights: marriage, divorce, eligibility, jurisdiction, will, and inheritance.


The Concept of Human Rights
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Conseil international pour la recherche et les échanges (IREX)
Arabe

The workshop aims to increase participants' awareness of the concept of human rights. It introduces characteristics of human rights and identifies human rights related-terms, as well as the international human rights treaties.


E-Mediat: Electronic Media Tools, Technology & Training website
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Institut d’éducation internationale (IEI)
Projet: E-Mediat

E-Mediat is a public-private partnership providing new media training to NGOs throughout the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Managed by the Institute for International Education, the URL is http://www.emediat.org/. Country pages are included with tools and success stories.


Trainer's Guide: Workshop 1 - Social Media & Networked NGOs Overview and Strategic Planning
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Institut d’éducation internationale (IEI)
Projet: E-Mediat
Anglais

This presentation for E-Mediat's Workshop 1 includes two days of training material: Introduction to Social Media; and Creating a Social Media Strategy Plan. For each day, an agenda, framing, outcomes and learning objectives are included. A highlight is the discussion of networked NGOs understanding the difference between traditional and social media, and the role of social networks in civil society. Instructions are provided for trainers to customize and localize the material. The intended third day of the training was for coaching. 


Workshop 1: Social Media and Networked NGOs for Civil Society Overview and Strategic Planning
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Institut d’éducation internationale (IEI)
Projet: E-Mediat
Anglais

This presentation for E-Mediat's Workshop 1 includes two days of training material: Introduction to Social Media; and Creating a Social Media Strategy Plan. For each day, an agenda, framing, outcomes and learning objectives are included. A highlight is the discussion of networked NGOs understanding the difference between traditional and social media, and the role of social networks in civil society. Instructions are provided for trainers to customize and localize the material. The intended third day of the training was for coaching.


Trainer's Guide: Workshop 2 - Social Media & Networked NGOs Listening and Web Presence
Publié: 2011
Organisation: Institut d’éducation internationale (IEI)
Projet: E-Mediat
Anglais

This guide for trainers provides details on the three days of E-Mediat's Workshop 2, as well as an overview of the five workshops in the series. It gives an outline of what is included: participant agenda, trainer's agenda/outline and workshop materials. The topics for the two days are: Listening Tools and Privacy Best Practices; and Strategic Internet Presence: Websites and Blogs.  Appendices include a social media strategy template, social media strategy objectives, listening reporting template, blogging planning questions and home base assessment. 


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