Здружение ЕСЕ


   Здружение за еманципација, солидарност и еднаквост на жените.



Министерството за здравство најави дека ќе го воведе медикаментозниот абортус

Абортусот со таблети законски ќе им биде достапен и на жените во Македонија. Со измените на законското решение што го подготвува Министерството за здравство,  наместо со хируршка интервенција, прекин на бременоста ќе може да се изврши и со таблети.

Со новите законски измени до 12-тата  недела од бременоста, жената ќе има право да направи абортус без да оди на комисија. Досега, медикаментозниот абортус, кој може да се изврши во рана бременост, нè беше достапн за лекарите затоа што сѐ уште овие таблети не се регистрирани во Агенцијата за лекови.

Министерот за здравство Венко Филипче вели дека подготвуваат европски и либерален закон за прекин на бременоста кој е во интерес на жените и дека има легално решение овие лекови да им будат достапни на лекарите.


Владата го усвои ребалансот на буџетот на РМ за 2018 година

Фондот за пензиско и инвалидско осигурување, Фондот за здравствено осигурување и Агенцијата за вработување добија повеќе пари со најновиот ребаланс на буџетот што го усвои Владата на саботната вонредна седница.

Од Владата соопштија дека ќе се реалоцираат дополнителни средства за овие фондови, за да може непречено да се исплаќаат пензиите и за да можат граѓаните непречено да ги остваруваат правата на здравствена заштита и боледување, како и правото на надомест по основа на невработеност.

Со измените и дополнувањата што ги предлага Владата да бидат усвоени од страна на Собранието, извршено е кратење на приходната страна на Буџетот на Р. Македонија за 2018 година за незначителни 0,5 %, односно за 1 милијарда денари.


Учество во програмата Самовработување, во надлежност на АВРМ

Сите невработени лица евидентирани во АВРМ можат да го искористат своето право за учество во програмата Самовработување, во надлежност на Агенцијата за вработување на Република Македонија. Начинот на пријавување за програмата се извршува преку Јавен оглас/Известување,

Пријава и Прашалник за процена на афинитети, и тоа може да го следите на http://www.avrm.gov.mk/.

Прочитај повеќе на: https://bit.ly/2QAkwGS


The Decline of Human Rights Justice Across the World - Analysis

The Jan. 21, 2017, women’s marches across America protesting the new presidency of Trump inspired similarly minded marches throughout the world, but the epicenter was in Washington, D.C., above. CREATIVE COMMONS

By Bertrand Ramcharan - August 20, 2018

The soul of the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights is being destroyed with the disappearance of human-rights justice in the world. Everyone should be concerned if not frightened.

The appointment of Michelle Bachelet of Chile as UN high commissioner for human rights, who has personally experienced injustice, offers hope that her voice will be heard in support of human-rights norms, in letter and in spirit.


Examine Socialization of Boys & Men - Are You Man Enough?

Millions of boys have been socialized to believe strength is synonymous with manhood.

By Justin Baldoni and Tony Porter  - Aug 22, 2018

Mike Kim

It's a question both of us have been asked—on the playground, at school, when hanging out with the guys. Even if the question wasn't explicitly stated, it was a subtle expectation we got from parents, coaches, teachers, and friends. Don't cry. Don't let anyone know you're scared. Don't be vulnerable. Man up. Be a man.

We, like millions of other boys, have been socialized to believe strength was synonymous with manhood. The hyper-masculine ideal was to be powerful, fearless and successful. Of course the natural conclusion was that women were the opposite. Media and culture bombard us with messages saying women are objects, property, and have less value than men, and this has allowed violence and discrimination against women and girls to persist at epidemic levels. The worst part is that as men we have been for the most part blind to these messages, making it that much harder to understand or figure out how to be helpful or as we like to say, an ally to the women in our lives.

#MeToo has brought about an era of forced self-reflection. For the first time in history, men have been asked to examine our past behaviors and think about the impact they might have had on women. For many of us, it’s been extremely uncomfortable, but we believe this discomfort can be used to foster significant and necessary change that will benefit both women and men. Our intention is to encourage men to not turn away as this movement plays out, but to be active allies. In a #MeToo-themed episode of "Man Enough," we asked ourselves and our viewers to explore that discomfort, embrace a healthy, respectful manhood, and become part of the solution to end sexual harassment and sexual violence. The answers that came out of the episode were honest, challenging and, we believe, potentially game-changing.

Here are some things all men can do.


Yes, it seems easy, and we’ve heard our loved ones say this our entire lives, but the truth is, as simple as it seems, listening is a real and tangible solution. But let’s take it a step further. Listening must turn into action, and that can’t happen unless we actually HEAR what women are saying. We must listen, hear them, believe them and validate their experiences through our actions. We intentionally included women’s stories in the episode in a way that was separate from the dinner conversation and uninterrupted. We wanted survivors to feel our accountability to them—so they know that we hear them, believe them, and support their courage.


We must think critically about how we’ve been socialized to view manhood, and about how we act as a reflection of that socialization. What did we learn from our grandfathers, fathers, brothers? What do we internalize from the media and men’s magazines? Does it work for us? Are we happy? Is there anything we’ve learned that we feel conflicted about? We must ask these questions, and by doing so, realize that it doesn't make us less masculine, but in fact the opposite. Male socialization is deeply rooted in silence. Whether it’s “No Girls Allowed” or “Bros before Hos,” our “guy code” has promoted silence over morality and taught us that sharing our feelings—especially when it comes to personal trauma—is the worst thing we can do.


We must be clear about why we care about these issues and identify the areas where we can influence men, boys and culture. There are so many men afraid to say the wrong thing. We can’t let that fear keep us from coming to the table. All men have influence and a platform to spur positive social change. We can all be part of the solution.

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Извор: WUNRN – 27.08.2018



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