Today young people are often irresponsible about such an important step as choosing a specialty. Yesterday's schoolchildren enter universities, guided not by their talents or knowledge of the profession, but by considerations of the complexity and quality of education. Having entered, they consider their task completed and relax - they gradually push their studies into the background and complain about excessive workload in specialized subjects. As a result, they leave educa
In Russia, it is very difficult for Caucasus ethnic groups to get better social opportunities. The Republic of Ingushetia is the least developed region with the lowest income and highest unemployment in this country. With legacies of conflicts, ongoing political tensions, and violence, they provide a difficult environment for the well-being and economical protection of women. In families, discrimination against girls takes into account the traditions or religion: the right t
If you’ve been hearing a lot about teacher leadership lately, consider yourself privy to a very relevant educational topic. All the buzz right now is focused on well-deserving teachers who are leading the way in their schools. Now more than ever, we are seeing a trend of teachers moving into leadership roles, such as coaching other teachers and participating in planning committees. Because these shifting roles and responsibilities were previously correlated with administrator
Girls choose to volunteer for a variety of reasons. Below are our survey results to find out the reasons and motivation of girls-volunteers: 1. For some it offers the chance to give something back to the community or make a difference to the people around them. 2.For others it provides an opportunity to develop new skills or build on existing experience and knowledge. Regardless of the motivation, what unites them all is that they find it both challenging and rewarding. 3.
This year, UN Women and partners around the world marked the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (25 November – 10 December) under the theme of ‘Orange the World: Raise Money to End Violence against Women and Girls’. ATI team organized events to rise attention and action to end the pandemic of violence against women. Every day, from 25 November to 10 December volunteers give out booklets addressing domestic violence issues.
On November 25, the annual international action "16 Days against Violence" started. This year is unlike any other. Even before COVID-19 broke out, violence against women and girls reached pandemic proportions. Globally, 243 million women and girls were abused last year. Meanwhile, less than 40 percent of women who have experienced violence report or seek help. Today, while activist voices have reached a peak that cannot be silenced or ignored, ending violence against women wi
Girls' education reduces child mortality. If women all over the world had secondary education, then child mortality would be halved, saving 3 million lives. Not only the lives of girls, but all lives. Christina Taylor, Community & Bequests Officer for Plan International, notes: “All children are important, they have the same rights and deserve the same opportunities, but since girls face double discrimination against women and youth, it’s so important that we We focus on elim
We decided that we need to try to reach out to men through children, we chose the target audience of men about 20-45 years old, and children as a value for this target audience, which our information campaign is aimed at. The training for volunteers on domestic violence and ethics of working with people on the streets was very useful. 12 students of future lawyers learned about the impact of domestic violence and the mechanisms of counteraction. It is difficult to say that it
In this summer we started program on " free psychological assistance for women affected COVOD-lockdown". During the period of the project, the work of specialists contributed to the strengthening of the mental health of women affected during the quarantine period. 150 women of Ingushetia received free psychological assistance. With severe cases, where necessary, specialists carried out two or three consultations. In 150 women, stress levels decreased, mental health improved,
Dear partners and beneficiaries! Our Institute has begun the reorganization process, which should be completed at the end of December 2020. This means that we continue to work and in August our organization will receive a new status. This will expand our capabilities and help us build additional protection.
Our hearts are heavy, but our commitment to our community, our work, and our world remains strong. The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time and the greatest challenge we have faced since World War Two. Since its emergence in Asia late last year, the virus has spread to every continent except Antarctica. Cases are rising daily in Africa the Americas, and Europe. Countries are racing to slow the spread of the virus by testing and treati
Infected: 1605. Recovered: 607. Deceased: 35. ATI listed 10 recommendations how not to get infected: 1. Wash your hands with soap and soap regularly and use an alcohol-based product. 2. Keep your distance in public places. It should be at least 1.5-2 meters. 3. Do not touch your eyes, nose, and mouth. The virus is safe on the surface of the hands if the skin is not injured. It penetrates the body not through the skin, but through the mucous membranes. For example, if you ru
During quarantine women and children are in the most vulnerable situations. These are constant stresses, the burden associated with the education of children, the reduction of financial resources due to the closure of small businesses, the deterioration of mental and physical health due to the lack of outdoor walks. Our team is ready to provide free psychological and legal assistance to women and children during a pandemic. To receive the service, write a message in the chat