GENDER TRANSFORMATIVE APPROACHES TO ENDING FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION. Results from the Virtual International Stakeholder Dialogue (ISD) 2021. December 2021
In October and November 2021, AIDOS, GAMS Belgium and the End FGM European Network organized a virtual International Stakeholder Dialogue (ISD) on the topic of “Gender transformative approaches to ending FGM” (GTA). This report contains the results of the Dialogue...
The G20, a strategic multilateral platform connecting the world’s major developed and emerging economies, representing more than 80% of the global GDP and 60% of the world population, is a gathering of the strongest world’s economies aimed at reaching financial...
Abandoning FGM/C on FM! Innovative media tools to foster the abandonment of female genital mutilation/cutting. An introductory manulka
This manual has been produced in the framework of the project “Bring emotions in the media to promote the abandonment of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C). Development of innovative media strategies to foster the abandonment of female genital...
This guide was produced as part of the project "Mind the Gap. Step up for gender equality", coordinated by AIDOS (Italy) in collaboration with APF - Associaçao para Planeamento Familiar (Portugal), END FGM European Network (based in Belgium and operating at European...
This manual has been developed by AIDOS and MPDL- Movimiento por la Paz in the framework of the "Volunteering Capacities Matter" project carried out as part of the European Initiative EU Aid Volunteers and in partnership with local organizations in Colombia,...
Policy Document “Sexual and Gender Based Violence within the context of migration in the Mediterranean area”
Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) refers to any act perpetrated against a person’s will based on asymmetric gender norms and power relations and is a serious violation of fundamental human rights. Within the context of migration in the Mediterranean area, SGBV...
La più ricca raccolta sulla tematica “donne e sviluppo” disponibile in Italia
In 1989 we decided to give a systematic order not only to books and magazines, but to all the rich written and audio-visual materials collected around the world or coming from the many organisations and associations that have collaborated with us.
Documents are organised by thematic areas that are closely linked to the activities of research, study, training, information and field projects implemented by AIDOS, namely:
- Gender issues, women’s human rights and empowerment, including information work and establishing online documentation centres;
- Reproductive health and rights, including violence against women and female genital mutilation;
- Micro-enterprises and women’s participation to economic development;
- Education and capacity building.
The collection of training materials on these issues is particularly rich.
Cataloguing and management systems
Documents are catalogued according to international reference standards and classified according to the chosen thematic areas. Processing of the material is managed with the UNESCO CDS ISIS information system in the Windows version.
The documentation materials, reduced in 2009 through the elimination of obsolete materials, consist of: specialized magazines analysed to identify articles relevant to the themes of the Association, monographs, magazine articles, grey literature, reference works and a collection of slides, photos and DVDs.
Consultation of the materials is reserved to AIDOS staff, members and supporters. It is possible to receive bibliographic information in accordance with the needs of the association.
For more information read the attached regulation