Due Date: July 31, 2019
Akina Mom wa Afrika (AMwA) with assistance from UN Women Uganda are welcoming applications for the Girls in Management and Mentorship Program 2019 The Feminist and Transformational Management program collects girls leaders in Uganda and is to be held under the auspices of the African Women’s Management Institute (AWLI).
The AWLI is an area for catalyzing and supporting feminist and transformational leaders to advance gender equality and females’s empowerment on the African continent and beyond. The Akina Mom wa Afrika– African Females’s Management Institute was birthed in 1997 and is based upon a long standing design of POT (Individual Proficiency, Organizing Abilities and Doing Something About It), a structure that offers an effective and holistic feminist grounding for African females to specify, examine and articulate their experiences of inequalities and design services for continual modification.
This particular Feminist and Transformational Management program targets vibrant girls in all their varieties consisting of in a different way abled females, LBQ females and females impacted by HIV/AIDS, thinking about enhancing their management abilities, feminist analysis and motion structure abilities that will allow them to successfully activate an emergency of feminist and transformational leaders to change power relations in between females and males by attending to the origin of gender inequality. The domestic training will be held from the 25 th– 30 th August 2019, in Kampala, Uganda.
- Open to females leaders aged in between 18-40 based in Uganda, who have actually exhibited management in their companies, neighborhoods and or have actually represented optional workplace;-LRB- **************).
- The program includes a compulsory 5 (5) day domestic training and a 1 year mentorship to which candidates ought to be completely dedicated;-LRB- **************).
- Candidates need to be passionate about carrying out a social action task in their neighborhood.
Candidates are needed to prepare informative short articles (minimum 600 words) on the style: Advancing Women’s Rights in Uganda to be sent at the time of application. Articles can concentrate on the style from an individual or organisational stand-point and will be established for publication later on. They are welcoming important analyses and referenced short articles; case research studies, viewpoint pieces; poems; vlogs; video stories; image essays; animations; and more.
For additional information, see Akina Mom wa Afrika