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Calling gender experts: UN Women announces new Roster of Gender Experts and Trainers

Calling gender experts: UN Women announces new Roster of Gender Experts
and Trainers

Posted on May 29 2013
29 May 2013, Santo Domingo — UN Women, in collaboration with theUN System
Staff College, today launched a call for experts to sign up to its new UN
Women Expert and Trainer Roster initiative, an online database of experts
who are available, as a global pool of gender experts, to work for UN
The roster is a powerful platform that will help identify existing talent
from around the world who can support UN Women's work," added Clemencia
Muñoz Tamayo, Chief of the Training Centre and Country Representative for
the Dominican Republic.
The UN Women Training Centre is the UN's leading centre of excellence in
training and in setting global standards in training for gender equality.
UN Women is inviting experts and trainers (individuals, not firms) on
gender issues to share their professional experience and knowledge.
Currently, the registration is open to specialists in the areas of gender
equality, economic empowerment, political participation, peace and
security, and HIV/AIDS. The database is expected to expand to provide more
opportunities to register in other subject areas.
The roster aims to help UN Women identify and mobilize a diverse range of
experienced professionals and trainers on gender equality from around the
Details on how to apply and become part of this roster are available here.
To register, visit:

Charmaine Rodrigues
Crisis Governance Programme Specialist
Crisis Governance Unit - Governance and Rule of Law Group
Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery
United Nations Development Programme
One UN Plaza, DC1-428 New York, NY 10017
Phone: +1 (212) 906-6439
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