Transformation Resource Centre through its Civic Education program to empower female representation in legislature and local authorities on democratic accountability continues to facilitate community dialogues in Mokhotlong, Botha- Bothe and Mafeteng. The initiative is intended to strengthen women to effectively participate and advocate for laws that promote and protect their rights. The Centre empowers communities to overcome barriers that hinder women to progress and assume political leadership roles. It also promotes their involvement in socio-economic policy matters that confront women. These dialogues are executed in consideration of the international treaties as well as the domestic laws that support women. TRC turns no blind eye to the present challenged that persist to undermine women participation and therefore encourages women to advocate for relevant legislature that address female oriented problems. The dialogues further help mobilise community support on women involvement in community governance. They are also facilitated to draw participants views and propose a plan and communal pledges on gender mainstream in issues of good governance and human rights. Moreover, an implementation of the plans from the respective districts will be formulated to disseminate findings and key issues that need immediate interventions. The plans will entail; advocacy strategies for gender mainstreaming in community developments and identification of paramount needs within the districts that require authorities to address.
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