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Fatima Outaleb

Fatima Outaleb

Fatima Outaleb has over 25 years of experience in national and regional women’s issues with Union de l’action femininst, regional and international organizations with a special focus on gender mainstreaming and women’s empowerment. She has special skills on evaluation, training facilitation and team management as well as writing and editing and is focal person of many international human right organizations and institutions. Fatima has a good experience in the implementation of funded programmes and projects through holistic approaches and interventions and a fair track record of project planning monitoring and evaluation in addition to understanding of gender issues in MENA region. Consultancy for Danner shelter on ending domestic violence in Tunisia, innovativative shelter management and the role of shelters in securing women’s autonomy 2001. Fatima has codesigned and coexecuted  a training program  for Danner and Lokk on women’s shelter methodology  and capacity building of social workers on the international normative and legal framework   Tunisia, Lebanon , Egypt and Morocco  20013. At present she is supervising the implementation of UAF shelter management program  on advocating with and for women victims of gender based violence.

Fatima Outaleb, Plenary programme; Wednesday 4th November 2015

5 November 2015, Thursday
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In the Arab region, only 3% of gender based violence is reported. There is deep rooted stigma of the patriarchal society towards the victims, whose lives are threatened, blackmailed, out casted by family or forced to marry. In the workshop some good practices of how we managed to save women and empower them are shared, videos of the shelter and after care, as well as our ways of advocacy and experiences of Sub Saharan and Syrian trafficked women in cooperation with Shelters from Jordan, Denmark and Tunisia.f


Thursday 5 November
10.00 - 11.00
Room: Europe 1
English
Workshop

Speaker(s)
Fatima Outaleb

In Mena region, shelters are mainly a pure initiative of NGOs .Their creation came as an answer to an excessive demand of thousands of battered women. It was actually the victims  themselves who incited women's right defenders to take the risk to challenge huge obstacles and to make tremendous efforts to break taboos around domestic violence and to make it a public issue despite prejudices and conservative cultures.


Thursday 5 November
14.45 - 15.45
Room: Europe 2
English
Workshop

Speaker(s)
Fatima Outaleb