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  • Teambuilding exercise at a networking meeting in Istanbul for The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation's Albanian partner organisations. Among other things, advocacy work and lobbying ideas for the Albania Women Empowerment Network was on the agenda. Photo: Julina Canga/The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation.

    Teambuilding exercise at a networking meeting in Istanbul for The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation’s Albanian partner organisations. Among other things, advocacy work and lobbying ideas for the Albania Women Empowerment Network was on the agenda. Photo: Julina Canga/The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation.

  • Ariola Pantegi from AWSP and Mimoza Malushaj from the Women’s Forum Elbasan in the finishing march at the Association for Women’s Rights in Developments' (AWID) conference in Istanbul 2012. Photo: Ines Xhelilaj.

    Ariola Pantegi from AWSP and Mimoza Malushaj from the Women’s Forum Elbasan in the finishing march at the Association for Women’s Rights in Developments’ (AWID) conference in Istanbul 2012. Photo: Ines Xhelilaj.

  • Demonstration in Tirana on the International Women's Day, 8 March, with participants from AWEN, AWSP and CRCA. Photo: Silvia Primerano/Kvinna till Kvinna.

    Demonstration in Tirana on the International Women’s Day, 8 March, with participants from AWEN, AWSP and CRCA. Photo: Silvia Primerano/Kvinna till Kvinna.

Albania

The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation started working in Albania in 1999. Our work in Albania is coordinated from our office in Belgrade, Serbia.

Our partner organisation Albania Women Empowerment Network (AWEN) primarily works with social, economic, cultural and politic empowerment of Albanian women. Other important issues for the country’s women’s movement are violence against women, human trafficking and women’s participation in politics and in the labour market.

Senast uppdaterad: 2017-03-01