Joint Workshop by the Department of International Relations and Diplomacy, Y-peer Network and Messala Organization

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Faculty: Faculty of Administrative Science and Economics
Department: International Relations and Diplomacy
The workshop in brief:

The aim of the workshop, in which a number of the university’s lecturers and staff attended, in addition to students, was to improve the students’ knowledge about CEDAW, gender equality and gender-based violence.

Number of participants: 35 staff and students.

Date and time:  December 18, 2019 at  (13:30 PM)
Place: TIU, Main Building
Session topics: 

  • The first part of the event consisted of a number of presentations in relation to CEDAW and women’s rights issues. This was then followed by an educational session for the students.
Presenters names and affiliations:


  • Swapnil Singh, TIU staff, a new perspective on GBV.
  • Raveen Mayi, Messala Organization, issues with gender equality in the Kurdistan Region.

Educational sessions:

  • Bayad Sarwar, TIU staff.
  • Ms. Soma Bahaddin, Y-Peer Network.
The outcome of the Program assessment workshop by QA:

It was a great opportunity for the students to come together and share their ideas and views on the topic and to suggest ways for the improvement of societal cohesion in the Kurdistan Region.