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  • 1. Mimoza Telaku Kosova
  • 2.
    • A socially sustainable society is one that is
    • just,
    • equitable,
    • inclusive and democratic,
    • provides a decent quality of life for current and future generations
  • 3.
    • Post war country
    • 1999-2008 under UN Administration
    • 2008- declared independence
    • In the center of Balkan peninsula
    • Around 2.07 million people
    • 33% under the age of 15
    • 52% under the age of 25
    • 2/3 of people – rural area
    • 1/3 of people – urban area
    • Around 90 % - Albanian
    • Round 10 % - minorities (Turkish, Bosnian, Serbian & Roma)
  • 4.
    • High level of illiteracy
    • High level of unemployment
    • Lower social status
    • Low influence in decision making
  • 5.
    • Illiteracy level is higher in rural than in urban areas
    • Illiteracy level is higher in among women above 50 years old and Roma community
    • Almost 14 % of women living in rural areas are defined as illiterate
    • 9.5 % of 16-19 years old females are illiterate
    • 16.3 of this age group have very basic literacy level
    • 54 % of females attend secondary school
  • 6.
    • Unemployment in Kosovo is 5 7 % overall
    • Around 70- 80% of wo m e n are unemployed
    • 93 % of females who completed secondary school education are unemployed
  • 7.
    • 45% of population live in poverty < € 1.42/day
    • 15% of people live in extreme poverty <0.93/day
    • 13% of women live in their own income
    • 87% of women depend on others for their livelihood
  • 8.
    • Increase of population - high portion of young people who are entering or who entered the reproductive age
    • High birth rate – uneducated women tend to have more children
    • Illiteracy
    • Gender based violence
    • Diseases & deaths of children
    • Higher unemployment
    • Poverty
    • Discrimination
  • 9.
    • Enhanced status
    • Higher employment
    • Less poverty
    • Lower birth rates
    • Less diseases & deaths of children
    • Improved health
    • Being more active
    • Participate in decision making
    • Informed about sustainable development
  • 10.
    • Raising awareness about education
    • Giving equal opportunities for education and employment
    • Education for sustainable development
    • - curriculum in formal and nonformal schooling
    • Promoting women in decision making
    • - using quota
    • - promoting through the media
  • 11.
    • According to a study report of Women for Women International (Amplifying the Voices of Women in Kosovo)
    • 74% of women report that they never participate in an activity to improve their community,
    • 52.3% believe that women have a strong ability to make changes in society and
    • 44.1% of the survey participants believe that they personally have a strong ability to make changes in society.
  • 12. Women Children Education Sustainable development values Next generation
  • 13.
    • Kosova Human Development Report 2006, UNDP Kosova
    • United Nations Agencies in Kosova, Where we will be in 2015?, Millenium Development Goals Baseline Report for Kosova, March 2004
    • Women for Women Kosova
    • Central and Eastern Europe: Key Indicators for vocational education and training. ETF. (2002)
    • Valur Ingimundarson, Under Patriarchy and Peacekeeping: Women in Kosovo since the War, http:// www2.hi.is/page/RIKK-womeninkosovo
    • Emma Patridge, Institute for sustainable futures, July 2005