TRAINING WORKSHOP ON GENDER AUDIT Tema – Ghana, September 29 - October 2, 2013

Keywords : Gender Equality Ghana

ITUC-Africa’s affiliates in Ghana train in gender audit

This training, which is taking place from 29 September to 2 October 2013 in Tema, Ghana, is in line with the 2012-2015 Plan of Action of ITUC-Africa, which is committed to supporting its affiliates in promoting gender equality.

At the opening of the workshop, the Secretary General of the Trade Union Congress of Ghana (GTUC) and the President of the Ghana Federation of Labour (GFL) took turn to express appreciation for the technical support that ITUC-Africa provides to them in the process of mainstreaming gender equality issues.

The trade union leaders reiterated their commitment and dedication to the issue of equality. The need for trade union organizations to become proactive and carry out concrete actions to achieve their objectives was emphasised.

This three-day workshop has brought together thirty men and women workers from different grassroots organizations affiliated to GTUC and GFL and some staff members of both organizations.

The objective of this training is to identify and share information on the mechanisms and practices which positively contribute to gender mainstreaming, examine how our organizations’ recruitment policies are sensitive to gender issues, and discuss the financial resources devoted to gender issues.

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