About Rede Feto
REDE FETO TIMOR LESTE is the key leader in advocacy in women’s rights and gender issues in Timor-Leste. Its member organisations include the important players in the field of development of advocacy and services for women, particularly rural women.
REDE FETO TIMOR LESTE’s VISION: Women in Timor-Leste free from discrimination and effectively participating in the sustainable development of Timor Leste.
MISSION: Rede Feto is a network of women’s organisations working to promote gender equality and women’s empowerment in Timor-Leste through advocacy, networking and capacity building. Rede Feto facilitates networking, advocacy and capacity building of its members. Member organisations implement the work identified. Rede Feto has a proven track record of delivering a wide range of programs over the past 15 years including the following;
- Leading national advocacy for women, including resourcing the CEDAW Working Party and Shadow Report 2015 and monitoring of the concluding recommendations;
- Organising the Timor-Leste National Women’s Congress every four years, including regional consultations in all 13 municipalities. Rede Feto facilitates the follow-up monitoring of government implementation of the Congress recommendations. The next National Congress is due to happen in 2018;
- Capacity building and empowerment of member organisations which operate both in the city of Dili and across the 13 Municipalities of Timor-Leste ]
- Training for the Government and NGO sector on gender issues.
- Representing women’s rights and needs in many working parties and strategies.
Contacts us: Rede Feto Timor-Leste, Obrigado Barracks, Caicoli, Dili, Timor-Leste Tel. (+670) 3312841. E-mail: email@example.com
Rede Feto News
Over 3,000 people came together to walk in the Dalan Segura Agora / Walk Against Sexual Harassment on August 25th 2016. The walk was organized in response to many incidents of sexual harassment reported recently in Dili. It aimed to promote Safe Dili Cityí, and raise awareness of the prevalence of harassment experienced by women and vulnerable people.
Rede Feto President, Judite