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Explore our virtual learning opportunities below. Brush up on the latest data, discover new advocacy tactics, and strengthen your skills to become a better champion for girls and women.

Learn more about how to participate in the Women Deliver 2023 Conference (WD2023)

The Women Deliver 2023 Conference (WD2023) will take place in person in Kigali, Rwanda, and virtually from 17-20 July 2023. We expect to convene 6,000 people in Kigali and 200,000+ people online through the virtual Conference and six-month Global Dialogue leading up to the Conference. The Women Deliver Conference team hosted a webinar to answer questions from different participants and stakeholders on how they can be engaged with WD2023. The webinar addressed some of the frequently asked questions.

En savoir plus sur les façons de participer à la conférence Women Deliver 2023 (WD2023)

La conférence Women Deliver 2023 (WD2023) aura lieu en présentiel à Kigali, au Rwanda, ainsi que virtuellement, du 17 au 20 juillet 2023. Nous espérons réunir 6 000 personnes à Kigali et plus de 200 000 personnes en ligne lors de la conférence virtuelle et pendant les six mois de dialogue mondial qui précèdent la conférence. L'équipe de la conférence WD2023 a organisé un webinaire pour répondre aux questions des différent parties prenantes sur la façon dont ils peuvent participer à la conférence. Le webinaire a abordé certaines des questions les plus fréquemment posées.

Aprende cómo participar en la Conferencia Women Deliver 2023 (WD2023)

La Conferencia Women Deliver 2023 (WD2023) tendrá lugar en persona en Kigali, Ruanda, y virtualmente del 17 al 20 de julio de 2023. Esperamos convocar a 6.000 personas en Kigali y a más de 200.000 personas en línea a través de la Conferencia virtual y el Diálogo Global de seis meses que precederá a la Conferencia. El equipo de la Conferencia Women Deliver organizó un seminario web para responder a las preguntas de los distintos participantes y partes interesadas sobre cómo pueden participar en WD2023. El seminario web abordó algunas de las preguntas más frecuentes.

WD2023 One Year Out Event

Over 1,000 gender equality advocates from around the world gathered virtually alongside Women Deliver and partners to unveil the official theme of the Women Deliver 2023 Conference (WD2023): Spaces, Solidarity, and Solutions. The event also launched of the Conference’s registration platform, scholarship applications, Concurrent session applications, side event registration, and exhibitor registration. In addition, the event celebrated WD2023’s new Regional Convening Partners, Conference sponsors, and Conference funders.

WD2023 One Year Out Événement

Plus de 1 000 défenseur·e·s de l'égalité des genres du monde entier se sont réunis virtuellement aux côtés de Women Deliver et de ses partenaires pour dévoiler le thème officiel de la conférence Women Deliver 2023 (WD2023) : Espaces, Solidarité et Solutions. L'événement a également permis de lancer la plateforme d'inscription à la conference et les demandes de bourses, ainsi que l'inscription pour organiser une session simultanée, un événement parallèle, ou un stand d’exposition. En outre, l'événement a célébré les nouveaux partenaires de cohesion régionale de WD2023, ainsi que les sponsors et les financeurs de la conférence.

WD2023 One Year Out Evento

Más de 1.000 de defensores de la igualdad de género de todo el mundo se reunieron virtualmente junto a Women Deliver y sus socies para desvelar el tema oficial de la Conferencia Women Deliver 2023 (WD2023): Espacios, solidaridad y soluciones. El evento también lanzó la plataforma de inscripción a la conferencia y las solicitudes de becas, así como la inscripción para organizar una Sesión concurrente, un evento paralelo o un stand de exposición. Además, el evento celebró les nueves Socies de coordinación regional de WD2023, así como les patrocinadores y financiadores de la conferencia.

The Impact of COVID-19 on SRHR: Youth-led Perspectives and Solutions for a Gender-Equal World

Led and conceptualized by youth advocates, this event will center Women Deliver’s recent research exploring the effects of the pandemic on access to SRHR services, information, and products in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), with a particular focus on India, Kenya, and Nigeria. This report not only brings together global evidence, data, and critical insights from global and national experts, it gathers perspectives from youth advocates.

Watch this multi-stakeholder, intergenerational discussion on global and country-level perspectives of the research’s key findings and policy recommendations.

Moderator:

  • Eglė Janušonytė (she/her), Women Deliver Young Leader, Resident Doctor in Dermatology, Vice-chair of the Healthcare Constituency at the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH) hosted by the World Health Organization

Speakers:

  • Barbara Warui Nyaga (she/her), Director of the Standing Committee for Sexual and Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS 2021/2025, International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA)
  • Dr. Deepa Prasad, Chief, Programme and Technical Support, United Nations Population Fund
  • Dr. Ian Askew, Advisor, Africa Regional Office, World Health Organization
  • Dr. Issak Bashir, Head of the Department of Family Health, Ministry of Health, Kenya
  • Kinza Hasan (she/her), Policy and Advocacy Manager, Women Deliver
  • Maliha Khan (she/her), President and Chief Executive Officer, Women Deliver
  • Margaret Bolaji-Adegbola, Executive Director and Founder, Stand With A Girl Initiative
  • Temitayo Erogbogbo, Director, Multilateral Engagement MSD & Advocacy Lead, MSD for Mothers
L’impact de la Covid-19 sur la SDSR: Perspectives et solutions des jeunes pour l'égalité des genres

Animé et conçu par de jeunes activistes, cet événement était centré sur la publication récente de Women Deliver, qui explore les effets de la pandémie sur l’accès aux services, aux informations et aux produits liés à la SDSR dans les pays à revenu faible et intermédiaire (LMIC), notamment l’Inde, le Kenya et le Nigeria. Ce rapport rassemble non seulement des faits, des données et des informations importantes provenant d'experts mondiaux et nationaux, mais aussi des perspectives soumises par les jeunes militants.

Regardez la discussion intergénérationnelle entre plusieurs acteurs au sujet des perspectives à l’échelle mondiale et nationale qui découlent des principaux résultats de l’étude et des recommandations de politiques.

Modératrice:

  • Eglė Janušonytė (she/her), Jeune leader Women Deliver, docteur et interne en dermatologie, vice-présidente du groupe Santé au sein du Partenariat pour la santé de la mère, du nouveau-né et de l'enfant (PMNCH) de l’Organisation mondiale de la santé

Intervenants:

  • Barbara Warui Nyaga (she/her), directrice du Comité permanent pour la santé sexuelle et reproductive et le VIH/SIDA 2021/2025, Fédération internationale des associations d'étudiants en médecine (IFMSA)
  • Dr. Deepa Prasad, chef, programme et soutien technique, indien de l’UNFPA
  • Dr. Ian Askew (he/him), conseiller, bureau régional de l’Afrique, Organisation mondiale de la santé
  • Dr Issak Bashir, chef du département de la santé familiale, ministère de la santé, Kenya
  • Kinza Hasan (she/her), responsable des politiques et de la sensibilisation, Women Deliver
  • Maliha Khan (she/her), présidente et directrice générale, Women Deliver
  • Margaret Bolaji-Adegbola (she/her), directeur exécutifet fondatrice, Stand Witha Girl (SWAG) Initiative
  • Temitayo Erogbogbo (he/him), directeur, engagement multilatéral MSD & responsable de la sensibilisation, MSD for Mothers
Los efectos de la COVID-19 en la SDSR: soluciones lideradas por jóvenes para la igualdad de género

Este evento, creado y liderado por jóvenes activistes, presentó el nuevo reporte de Women Deliver, que analiza las consecuencias de la pandemia en el acceso a la salud y los derechos sexuales y reproductivos en los países de ingresos medios y bajos, en especial, en India, Kenia y Nigeria. Este informe no solo reúne evidencias internacionales, datos y aportaciones fundamentales de expertos nacionales e internacionales, sino que también recoge las perspectivas de jóvenes activistes.

Mira el debate intergeneracional y de múltiples partes interesadas sobre los principales hallazgos y recomendaciones políticas del estudio, desde una perspectiva nacional e internacional.

Moderadora:

  • Eglė Janušonytė, joven líder de Women Deliver, médica residente de Dermatología y Vicepresidenta del Grupo de Salud de la Alianza para la Salud de la Madre, el Recién Nacido y el Niño de la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS)

Panelistes:

  • Barbara Warui Nyaga, Directora del Comité Permanente de Salud y Derechos Sexuales y Reproductivos, incluido el VIH y el SIDA (SCORA) para 2021-2025 de la Federación Internacional de Asociaciones de Estudiantes de Medicina (IFMSA)
  • Dr. Deepa Prasad, Directora, Programa y Soporte Técnica del Fondo de Población de las Naciones Unidas (UNFPA) en India
  • Dr. Ian Askew, Consejero de la Oficina Regional para África de la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS)
  • Dr. Issak Bashir, Jefe del Departamento de Salud Familiar, Ministerio de Sanidad, Kenia
  • Kinza Hasan, Directora de Políticas y Promoción de Women Deliver
  • Maliha Khan, Presidenta y Directora Ejecutiva de Women Deliver
  • Margaret Bolaji-Adegbola, Directora Ejecutiva y Fundadora, Stand With a Girl (SWAG) Initiative
  • Temitayo Erogbogbo, Director de Colaboración Multilateral de MSD y Jefe de Promoción de MSD for Mothers
Gender and UHC: Policy Priorities for Equitable and Resilient Health Systems

Achieving Universal Health Coverage (SDG 3.8) and meeting the 2019 High Level commitments made by all countries in a world changed by COVID-19 is a considerable challenge for health policymakers. And, while the effects of the pandemic were catastrophic on health systems, it is important to realize the impacts felt by women were far greater than those felt by men.

A fundamental part of strengthening health systems for building back stronger from COVID-19 and building in resilience is to ensure gender equality in health systems’ governance, design, financing, and delivery. And, using a primary health care approach grounded in UHC is the best way to ensure that financial protection and health care reach all people. For such an approach to work, health systems must respond to gender-related health needs, including sexual and reproductive health and rights, throughout the life course and address discriminatory norms and laws, as well as information and finance gaps.

Policymakers need ideas, perspectives, lessons learned and practical support for design and implementation and monitoring of health policies which mainstream a gender perspective on a systems wide basis.

This virtual interactive dialogue on the sidelines of the 75th World Health Assembly will discuss policy priorities for gender-responsive UHC in the context of strengthening health systems including for health emergencies and will build on lessons learned to mobilize support for action to make health systems more gender-responsive.

Co-sponsors: UHC2030, Women in Global Health, Women Deliver, and Spectra Rwanda

Safeguarding and Advancing SRHR in Universal Health Coverage: On the Road to the 2023 High-Level Meeting on UHC

Anti-gender movements and the COVID-19 pandemic have deepened existing challenges to realizing sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Universal health coverage can help overcome these barriers, but only with an intersectional lens that centers girls and women in all their identities. The discussion highlights why strengthened prioritization of SRHR must happen now, as the foundation is being laid for the 2023 UN High-Level Meeting on UHC.
Watch the recording to hear from influential decision-makers, technical experts, and advocates about concrete methods to center SRHR and the voices of girls and women in the design of UHC implementation plans, and about how civil society organizations can galvanize political momentum around the integration of SRHR in UHC. Speakers include:

  • Dr. Michelle Remme (She/Her), Deputy Director, United Nations University International Institute for Global Health
  • Dumiso Gatsha (They/Their), Founder, Success Capital NGO (Botswana) and Member of the UHC2030 Civil Society Engagement Mechanism (CSEM) Advisory Group
  • Veloshnee Govender (She/Her), Scientist, Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Research, World Health Organization (WHO)
  • Jagadishwor Ghimire (He/Him), Deputy Country Director, Ipas Nepal
  • Dr. Guna Nidhi Sharma (He/Him), Senior Health Administrator and Policy and Planning Chief, Ministry of Health and Population, Government of Nepal
  • Milanya Jackline (She/Her), Program Officer, Community Empowerment, Kenya Female Advisory Organization (KEFEADO)

Hosted by: Alliance for Gender Equality and UHC: co-convened by Women Deliver, Women in Global Health, Sama Resource Group for Women and Health, and SPECTRA: Young Feminists Activism

Promouvoir la santé et des droits en matière de sexualité et de reproduction dans la couverture sanitaire universelle : En route vers la réunion de haut niveau sur la couverture sanitaire universelle de 2023

Les mouvements anti-genre et la pandémie de COVID-19 ont accentué les obstacles à la réalisation de la santé et des droits en matière de sexualité et de reproduction (SDSR). La couverture sanitaire universelle (CSU) peut aider à surmonter ces obstacles, mais seulement avec une approche qui centre les identités intersectionnelles des filles et des femmes. Les intervenants démontrent en quoi donner la priorité à la SDSR est plus importante que jamais alors que les bases sont en train d'être établies pour la réunion de haut niveau des Nations Unies sur la CSU de 2023.
Visionnez l'enregistrement pour en savoir plus sur les méthodes concrètes pour centrer la SDSR et les voix des filles et des femmes dans la conception des plans de mise en œuvre de la CSU, et de la façon dont les organisations de la société civile peuvent galvaniser l'élan politique autour de l'intégration de la SDSR dans la CSU. Parmi les orateurs figurent :

  • Dr Michelle Remme, directrice adjointe, Institut international de l’Université des Nations Unies pour la santé mondiale (UNU-IIGH)
  • Dumiso Gatsha, fondateur de l'ONG Success Capital (Botswana) et membre du groupe consultatif pour le Mécanisme d'engagement de la société civile à la CSU2030
  • Veloshnee Govender, Scientifique, Département Santé et recherche génésiques de l’Organisation mondiale de la Santé (OMS)
  • Jagadishwor Ghimire, Directeur national adjoint, Ipas Nepal
  • Guna Nidhi Sharma, administrateur principal de la santé, ministère de la Santé et de la Population, gouvernement du Népal.
  • Milanya Jackline, Chargée de programme, Community Empowerment, Kenya Female Advisory Organization (KEFEADO)

Organisé par : Alliance for Gender Equality and UHC: co-convoquée par Women Deliver, Women in Global Health, Sama Resource Group for Women and Health, et SPECTRA: Young Feminists Activism

Proteger y promover la salud y los derechos sexuales y reproductivos en la cobertura sanitaria universal: En camino a la Reunión de Alto Nivel sobre la CSU de 2023

Las campañas contra el género y la pandemia del COVID-19 han profundizado los desafíos existentes para hacer realidad la salud y los derechos sexuales y reproductivos. La cobertura sanitaria universal puede ayudar a superar estas barreras, pero sólo con una perspectiva interseccional que centre a todas las niñas y mujeres. El debate resaltará por qué debe darse una mayor prioridad a la SSR ahora, cuando se están estableciendo las premisas para la Reunión de Alto Nivel de la ONU sobre la CSU de 2023.
Vea la grabación para saber más sobre las formas concretas de centrar la salud sexual y reproductiva y las voces de las niñas y las mujeres en el diseño de los planes de aplicación de la CSU, y cómo las organizaciones de la sociedad civil pueden potenciar el impulso político en torno a la incorporación de la SDSR en la CSU. Entre los ponentes se encuentran:

  • Dr. Michelle Remme (Ella), directora adjunta, Instituto internacional de la Universidad de Naciones Unidas por la salud global (UNU-IIGH)
  • Dumiso Gatsha (Elle), Fundadore de la ONG Success Capital (Botswana) y Miembre del UHC2030 Civil Society Engagement Mechanism (CSEM) Advisory Group
  • Veloshnee Govender (Ella), científica, Departmento de investigación y salud sexual y reproductiva, Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS)
  • Jagadishwor Ghimire (Él), Director Adjunto de País, Ipas Nepal
  • Dr. Guna Nidhi Sharma (Él), administrador superior desalud y jefe de política y planificación, Ministerio de Salud y Población, gobierno de Nepal
  • Milanya Jackline (Ella), Oficial de programas, Capacitación comunitaria, Kenya Female Advisory Organization (KEFEADO)

Organizado por la Alliance for Gender Equality and UHC: convocada por Women Deliver, Women in Global Health, Sama Resource Group for Women and Health, y SPECTRA: Young Feminists Activism

Citizens Call for A Gender-Equal World: A Roadmap for Action 

On 28 January 2021, Women Deliver and Focus 2030 hosted a virtual launch event which brought together advocates from around the world to unveil the findings of a first-of-its-kind international survey on public perceptions of gender equality. This groundbreaking global public perception survey was launched in 17 countries against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Together, these countries account for half of the world’s population and are home to more than half of the world’s girls and women. As the world sets the stage for a gender-equal future during 2021's Generation Equality Forum, this new data offers a roadmap for concrete actions that leaders in government, the private sector, and civil society must take together to galvanize the progress needed to advance girls and women’s rights and opportunities around the world.

Watch the recording to hear from influential decision-makers and advocates, including:

  • Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of UN Women
  • Ambassador Delphine O, French Ambassador and Secretary General of the Generation Equality Forum
  • Dr. Nadine Gasman, President of National Institute of Women (INMUJERES) in Mexico
  • Chouaib El Hajjaji, Women Deliver Young Leader and Vice President at Attalaki in Tunisia
  • Wangechi Wachira, Executive Director of the Center for Rights Education and Awareness (CREAW) in Kenya
  • Moderated by Catherine Fiankan-Bokonga, Senior UN Correspondent and Vice President of Geneva Press Club
We have always been here: The power of feminist civil society organizations in addressing compounded humanitarian crises

Today, nearly all crises are complex, founded on not just a single armed con­flict or natural disaster, but the compilation of multiple compounded crises. Local feminist civil society organizations (CSOs) have served as frontline responders during these crises, but still lack the support they need. They have always been there, at the heart of all humanitarian emergencies, and it’s time to shift more power and funding to them. Hear from feminist CSOs responding to two compounding crises – in Lebanon and Bangladesh – who share what a more feminist and localized approach to addressing complex humanitarian situations must look like.

Moderator:  Marcy Hersh, Senior Manager, Humanitarian Advocacy, Women Deliver

Welcome Remarks: Vivian Onano, Gender Equality Advocate, Speaker, Entrepreneur, Women Deliver Board Member

Opening Keynote: Diana Abou Abbas, Executive Director, Marsa Sexual Health Center

Lebanon Presenters:

  • Cecilia Chami, Programs Director, Lebanon Family Planning Association for Development + Family Empowerment (LFPADE)
  • Dr. Olfat Mahmoud, Founder, Palestinian Women's Humanitarian Organization
  • Rola Alrokbi, Country Manager, Women Now for Development
  • Hayat Mirshad, Head of Communications & Campaigning, Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering (RDFL)

Bangladesh Presenters:

  • Tanjila Mazumder Drishti, Senior Manager, BRAC
  • Women Deliver Young Leader Lipi Rahman, Executive Director, Badabon Sangho

Statements from Humanitarian Donors:

  • Valerie Nkamgang Bemo, Deputy Director of Emergency Response, Global Development, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Naved Chowdhury, Senior Policy Adviser, Civil Society Team, UK Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office

Closing Keynote: Sarah Noble, Director of External Relations, The New Humanitarian

Global Health Security: Delivered by Women During COVID-19 and Beyond

This webinar highlights perspectives on a people-centric and human rights-based approach to health security that is focused on delivering health for all through stronger health systems, a properly equipped and financed health workforce, and responding to health crises while maintaining core women’s health services. Speakers shared recommendations and actions to propel advocacy to support investments in and commitments to women in the health workforce.

Speakers include:

  • Michèle Boccoz, World Health Organization (WHO)
  • Howard Catton, International Council of Nurses (ICN)
  • Dr. Gvantsa Khizanishvili, Tbilisi City Manager of the City Cancer Challenge (C/Can) (Georgia)
  • Opening remarks from Sarah Hillware, Women in Global Health
  • Closing remarks from Susan Papp, Women Deliver
  • Moderated by Mwenya Kasonde, Gender Equity Hub and Women in Global Health
Breaking barriers and building bridges to advance girls' and women's health and rights

A part of the Advocacy Academy Webinar Series, originally aired 14 May 2019.

Moderator: Rachel Wilson, Catalysts for Change

References 

Briser les barrières & créer des passerelles

Série de webinaires sur l'Académie de plaidoyer Briser les barrières et créer des passerelles pour améliorer la santé et les droits des filles et des femmes 13 Mai 2019.

Modératrice: Maty Dia, Catalysts for Change

Notes de Fin

 

Coaliciones que transforman los derechos de la mujer

Los webinarios del Instituto de Incidencia: Coaliciones que transforman los derechos de la mujer 16 de Mayo 2019.

Moderadora: Anca Matioc, Catalysts for Change

Recursos

Grounding Health Systems in Gender Equality to Achieve Universal Health Coverage 

Recorded in May 2020, this webinar highlights opportunities to sustain momentum and action for gender equality in Universal Health Coverage (UHC), examine progress in building UHC systems that prioritize gender equality, and emphasize how health systems grounded in gender-responsive UHC – inclusive of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) – are stronger and more resilient for the long term.

Speakers include:

  • Dr. Princess Nothemba (Nono) Simelela; Special Adviser to the Director-General, Strategic Programmatic Priorities, World Health Organization
  • Ms. Rosario Valdes Fernandez; President, Sindika Foundation and midwife, Chile
  • Dr. Lia Tadesse; Minister of Health, Ethiopia
  • Mr. Arush Lal; Board of Directors, Women in Global Health
  • Ms. Patricia Nudi Orawo; Advocacy and Policy Lead, Kisumu Medical and Education Trust (KMET), Kenya
  • Moderated by Deepa; Director, Sama Resource Group for Women and Health, India
No 'Health for All' without Gender Equality: Sustaining Momentum on Girls' and Women's Rights in UHC

This webinar features advocates and leaders from organizations on the frontlines of upholding gender equality sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in Universal Health Coverage (UHC). Speakers share experiences, best practices, and tools to inspire and guide advocacy in global and national contexts.

Speakers include:

  • Eleanor Blomstrom, IWHC
  • SM Shaikat, SERAC-Bangladesh
  • Faridah Luyiga Mwanje, White Ribbon Alliance
  • Deepa, Sama Resource Group
  • Courtney Carson, Women Deliver
Going Global - Advocating for More Localized & Feminist Humanitarian Action

This webinar is designed for grassroots civil society organizations to learn and share best practices for advocacy on the global stage – including during COVID-19, when international travel is limited. Speakers share tips for crafting advocacy messages, pushing for meaningful engagement, and networking at conferences to effectively drive more localized and feminist humanitarian action.

Speakers include:

  • Kristina Mader, NGO Working Group on Women, Peace, and Security
  • Diana Abou Abbas, Marsa Sexual Health Center (Lebanon)
  • Marcy Hersh, Women Deliver
  • Aanjalie Roane, Women Deliver
Storytelling with a Gender Lens for Humanitarian Advocacy

This webinar offers storytelling techniques for advocacy in humanitarian crises, specifically focusing on respectful, safe, and effective methods for sharing the lived experiences of girls and women in a way that promotes their agency, without highlighting victimization or risking re-traumatization.

Speakers include:

  • Aanjalie Roane, Women Deliver
  • Sue Mbaya, Crisis Action
  • Elizabeth Ashamu Deng, Oxfam (Horn, East and Central Africa Region)
  • Olivia Nightingale, American Jewish World Service
Gender Data: Why and How to Use Gender Statistics to Propel Your Advocacy

This webinar equips advocates with the knowledge, skills, and tools they need to use gender data to drive progress for girls and women. Hear from experts on the need and importance of gender statistics, in addition to best practices on finding, collecting, and effectively leveraging gender data in advocacy.

Speakers include:

  • Susan Papp, Women Deliver
  • Nina Rabinovitch Blecker, Data2X
  • Gaëlle Ferrant, OECD
  • Alison Holder, Equal Measures 2030
  • Albert Motivans, Equal Measures 2030
Power to the People: How to Promote Citizen-Led Accountability

Meaningful community engagement and citizen-led accountability can be powerful tools for inclusive, rights-based progress. However, building the room and political will for these processes can be challenging. This webinar features local, national, and regional leaders dedicated to bringing the voices of the people to policy decision-making – to ultimately hold governments accountable to addressing the needs and realities of girls and women.

Speakers include:

  • Rachel Wilson, Catalysts for Change
  • Frank Ategeka, Rural Aid Foundation Uganda
  • Dr. Aparajita Gogoi, Centre for Catalyzing Change and White Ribbon Alliance India
  • Chris Lunch, InsightShare
  • Angel Del Valle, Population Council Guatemala
Pouvoir Au Peuple

Ce webinaire en français mettra en vedette des responsables d’initiatives locales, nationales et régionales visant à faire entendre la voix de la population lors de la prise de décisions, et à tenir les gouvernements redevables aux besoins et réalités des filles et des femmes.

El Poder Para El Pueblo

Estos webinarios del Advocacy Academy contarán con presentaciones de líderes de iniciativas locales, nacionales y regionales para llevar las voces del pueblo a las decisiones sobre la política, y para hacer a los gobiernos responsables de tener en cuenta las necesidades y las realidades de mujeres y niñas.

 

 

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