Eastern African Sub-regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women (EASSI) 2012 Young Women’s Leadership Training Programme

August –September 2012

Venue: Uganda.

Deadline for applications: 15th June 2012 at 5.00pm (GMT).

Are you a young woman aspiring to be a leader? Do you have what it takes to lead?

Would you like to make an impact in society through excellent leadership? Have you been looking for an exciting yet rewarding leadership training opportunity to come your way? … Well, LOOK NO MORE. EASSI is now receiving applications for her 2012 Young Women’s Leadership Training Institute.

The two-months training will be conducted from August –September 2012 in Uganda. The deadline for applications is 15 June 2012 at 5.00pm (GMT). Submission of applications by email is acceptable.

Submit to (eassi@eassi.org or eassi.eassi@gmail.com). All applications should be addressed to the Executive Director, EASSI. Late applications will not be accepted.

EASSI reserves the right to postpone or cancel the training depending on the prevailing circumstances that might warrant this action. In this unlikely event, EASSI will notify all applicants well in advance.

2012 Training Particulars

Venue: EASSI, Uganda

Dates: August – September 2012 (for 2 months)

Fees:

Non –Ugandans: USD 700 for the two months

Ugandans: UGX 1,400,000 for the two months

**Please note that fees are exclusive of accommodation and meals.**

About the Institute

The Young Women’s Leadership Training Institute has gradually evolved into one of the most exciting and rewarding choices for young women in Eastern Africa. More than a decade in leadership training, EASSI boasts of training over 500 young women in Eastern Africa. Some of the beneficiaries have gone up leadership ranks and proved that young women can also bring special leadership traits to the workplace. Others have received awards for their innovative work that has resulted from their acquired skills. To EASSI, the leadership training is about personal success and broadening opportunities for the young women and the women’s movement.

About EASSI

The Eastern African Sub-regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women (EASSI) is a registered sub-regional civil society organization working in eight countries namely Burundi, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania. EASSI was born in 1996 after the Beijing Conference and is mandated to monitor the commitments of Eastern African governments towards gender equality.

With a history of fifteen years of existence and commitment to the transformation of gender relations, EASSI envisions a society where all enjoy gender equality, social justice, peace and development. EASSI’s mission is to facilitate follow-up of the Beijing and African Platforms for Action in order to enhance the advancement of women and social justice. Some of the human rights instruments that form the basis of EASSI’s work are: the Beijing and African Platforms for Action; the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and People’s Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa (Maputo Protocol); and the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).

Visit the EASSI website for the 2012 Training Prospectus and the Application Form

For more Information, contact

The Executive Director, EASSI, P.o.Box 24965, Kampala,

Uganda, Tel: +256 414 286153/ +256 312 266451

Web: http://www.eassi.org

Mailto: – eassi@eassi.org, or eassi.eassi@gmail.com

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