The Timok Youth Center – TOC and the Center for Advanced Economic Studies – CEVES organized a webinar on Wednesday, December 9, on the topic “Are we all equal or are some more equal than others?”
The moderator Miloš Milovanović, producer / presenter of H1 television, talked about this topic with Svetlana Stefanović – expert for mentoring and gender equality and Brankica Janković – commissioner for protection of equality.
The aim of the webinar was to draw attention to the importance of reducing inequality in society in the context of reducing discrimination on all grounds (social, economic and political), as well as the importance of promoting social, economic and political inclusion and talk primarily with young people and representatives of institutions. and organization.
During the webinar we tried to get answers to the following topics:
- Why are equal opportunities important for the development of society?
- How important is the empowerment of girls and women in all segments – political, economic, educational, media?
- What is the significance of female-female mentoring for the personal and professional development of women?
- Why is it important to work on promoting social, economic and political inclusion regardless of other characteristics? (age, sex, race, ethnicity, origin, religion, economic or other status)
- Reducing inequalities in society in the context of reduction and discrimination on all grounds (social, economic and political)
- Aging and sustainable development goals
The webinar “Are we all equal or are some more equal than others?” was held within the “SDGs for ALL” Platform, supported by the Governments of Switzerland and Germany, and implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH. The partners on then Platform are the Ana and Vlade Divac Foundation, the Center for Higher Economic Studies, the Belgrade Open School, the Center for Democracy Foundation, the Timok Youth Center and the Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence.
The “SDGs for ALL” Platform supports the establishment of a broad public dialogue among the most important non-state actors in Serbia, such as civil society, corporate sector, academic and research community, professional associations, media and citizens, on aligning Serbia’s development priorities with the goals of the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development.
You can watch a video of the webinar at this link.