Здружение ЕСЕ


   Здружение за еманципација, солидарност и еднаквост на жените.








Financial Literacy for Women & Their Daughters

Financial Literacy for Women: How to Raise a Fearless Woman | Kiplinger

Financial Literacy for Women: How to Raise a Fearless Woman

Being open with your daughters about your own financial planning and focusing on the areas of financial literacy, budgeting and investing can help her become a financially secure woman.


From an early age, I’ve been interested in money and how it works. As a lifelong member of the Girl Scouts, I have fond memories of selling those iconic cookies.

But not only did selling Thin Mints and Samoas help my troop achieve its objectives, but it also supported my financial literacy — I learned how to set my own financial goals and prepare a plan to achieve them. After all, that trip to HQ in Savannah, Ga., wasn’t going to pay for itself!


Public Services vs. Privatisation: Gender Equality +

PSI – Public Services International – People Over Profit

Privatisation - PSI - The global union federation of workers in public services

By David Boys

There is more than enough wealth to deliver quality public services for all - if corporations and the very wealthy pay their fair share, and if governments invest and spend wisely instead of privatising in the interests of corporations and the wealthy.

Quality public services, provided to all, is the only way to achieve human rights, gender equality and social justice. These services also support the wider economy by providing public infrastructure, research and innovation, a healthy and skilled workforce, and strong and stable justice and regulatory institutions.


Making Rights Real for Future Generations: CEDAW Workbook

Making Rights Real for Future... book by Soon-Young Yoon (thriftbooks.com)

By Soon-Young Yoon and Krishanti Dharmaraj

ISBN: 1961302373

ISBN13: 9781961302372

Making Rights Real for Future Generations is a workbook on implementing the local implementation of human rights on a local level. This action guide is based on the recommendations of the Cities for CEDAW campaign launched in 2014 by the NGO Committee on the Status of Women, New York, to commemorate Beijing + 20. The goal of the campaign is to implement the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) to ensure gender equality and human rights for girls and women-in all their diversity. The workbook is intended for government officials as well as civil society leaders, including youth.

Извор: WUNRN – 22.02.2024


Breaking Circles of Informal & Low-Paying Work - Gender

Breaking the Vicious Circles of Informal Employment and Low-Paying Work | OECD iLibrary (oecd-ilibrary.org)

Direct Link to Full 166-Page OECD 2024 Report: f95c5a74-en.pdf (oecd-ilibrary.org) – Click pdf.

Tackling the vulnerability challenge in the informal economy has been on the policy agenda since the mid-20th century (OECD/ILO, 2019[1]). Despite numerous commitments by many countries, progress towards the sustainable formalisation of economies is slow. Informal employment is extremely persistent and, for a large majority of workers in the informal economy, is often associated with low-paying work. In contrast, meagre formalisation gains are often reverted by national, regional and global crises, such as the COVID-19 pandemic (OECD, 2023[2]). Still today, nearly 2 billion workers, representing close to 60% of the world’s employed population, are in informal jobs and the majority are low-paid (OECD, 2023[2]).




Семејно насилство

Човекови права во здравствена заштита

Фискална Транспарентност 

Центар за правна помош

Здравствен информативен центар