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OUR SURVEY IS CLOSED BUT WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST AND PARTICIPATION.
Promoting women in leading positions in football in North Lebanon
As a third step of our project "Promoting Gender Equality through Women's Empowerment in Football in North Lebanon and the MENA Region", we would like to find out how to promote women in leading positions in football by conducting online surveys. By leadership position in football we mean decision-making positions both on the pitch such as coaches, groundskeepers, referees and off the pitch such as women role models involved in football NGOs, Academy’s or clubs for example as managers.
We would like to hear from women residing in North Lebanon, who are already in a leadership position (15 years or older) in football and to female football players who are striving for a leadership position (15-29 years old).
Based on this survey, a tailormade leadership programme will be designed to develop, support and strengthen women in and wanting to be in leadership positions in football. The programme will consist of two online sessions (September 2020) and a workshop during The DISCOVER FOOTBALL Festival in October 2020 (tbc).
The participation in the survey is anonymous and you can fill out the survey without taking part in the workshops. If you are interested in participating in our leadership workshop sessions, please register here!
Thank you for your participation and commitment!
Click here to fill out the survey for women in leadership positions (coaches, managers, referees, etc. / (15 years or older)
Please fill out the online survey and click the "submit" button.
Deadline is 6th of July 2020, 12:00 (MESZ: UTC+2)
"Promoting Gender Equality through Women’s Empowerment in Football in North Lebanon and the MENA Region" is part of the Local Development Programme for Urban Areas in North Lebanon (UDP_NL) that is implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH in partnership with DISCOVER FOOTBALL and the Ministry of Social Affairs. UDP_NL is co-funded by the European Union and Germany.