Women Parliament

Date
July 05-07-2017
Location
Mahé, Seychelles
Speakers
24 Professional Speakers

WOMEN’S PARLIAMENT- SUSTAINED ENGAGEMENT BY PARLIAMENTS TO IMPLEMENT RESOLUTION 60/2 “WOMEN, THE GIRL CHILD AND HIV AND AIDS”

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Dr Hifikepunye Lucas Pohamba

Former President of Namibia

His Excellency Dr Hifikepunye Lucas Pohamba is a former

Specioza Naigaga Wandira Kazibwe, is a Ugandan surgeon and politician. She is also referred to

Hon. Jessie Kabwila

Chairperson of Regional Women's Parliamentary Caucus(RWPC) and Member of Parliament of the Malawi National Assembly

Jessie Kabwila is a member of parliament of the Malawi National

Hon. Monica Mutsvangwa

Vice President of SADC Parliamentary Forum & Senator of Parliament of Zimbabwe

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Event Schedule / dont forget it

Plenary Session 2

Unpacking Resolution 60/2;-  Dr Joseph Pitso- SADC Secretariat Implications of a Gender responsive budgeting in relation to the CSW    Resolution 60/2 Dr Nalini Burn, Mauritius. Moderator: Hon Tessa Henderson, MP.

Plenary Session 3

OPENING PANEL DISCUSSION ON CRITICAL ASPECTS FOR MPS TO CONSIDER IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CSW UN RESOLUTION 60/2 OF THE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN

Plenary Session 4

PROGRAMME DIRECTOR: Hon. Monica Mutsvangwa- Vice President SADC Parliamentary Forum, and Vice Chairperson of the Regional Women’s Parliamentary Caucus.  

Panel discussion

Panel discussion:  Chairpersons of National Women’s Parliamentary Caucuses: to share strategies they have adopted in implementing CSW Resolution 60/2 in their respective Parliaments- Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, and

VENUE

The 41st Plenary Assembly Session will take place at the Savoy Seychelles Resort and Spa, Mahé, Seychelles.

The Women’s Parliament will commence on 5th and end on the 6th July 2017. It will take place at Eden Bleu Hotel at Eden Island. The rest of the events for the Plenary Assembly Session will take place from 7th to 14th July, 2017.

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