Intervention of Dr. Julia Moon in session 6 at ILC2020
Intervention of Dr. Julia Moon, President, WFWP International, in session 6 at ILC2020.
Intervention of Mrs. Vera Tembo Chiluba in session 6 at ILC2020
Intervention of Mrs. Vera Tembo Chiluba, Former First Lady of Republic of Zambia, in session 6 at ILC2020.
Intervention of Dr. Nadia Al-Sakkaf in session 6 at ILC2020
Intervention of Dr. Nadia Al-Sakkaf, First WomanMinister of Information, Yemen, Editor in Chief - The Yemen Times, Yemen, in session 6 at ILC2020.
Intervention of Senator Driss Senda in session 6 at ILC2020
Intervention of Senator Driss Senda, Chairman UPF, Republic of Congo, in session 6 at ILC2020.
H. Ayoubi: Address to First Middle East Peace Talks
The contributions of women to the Culture of Peace are important not only because women represent the majority of the global population but also because women are key drivers of the radical change of mindsets and cultures.
H.E. Anneli Jäätteenmäki: Address to World Summit 2020
Women’s participation in decision making has, unfortunately, not been an area where progress has been notable. Equality in participation and decision-making in society at all levels, from grassroots to governmental positions, is important.
Speech by H.E. Debbie Remengesau
Speech by H.E. Debbie Remengesau, First Lady, Palau, at World Summit 2019.
Why are women important to leadership and decision-making?
Mrs. Carolyn Handschin, who started by citing the courage of the Mirabal sisters, four Dominican political dissidents who opposed the dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo. On November 25, 1960, three of the sisters were assassinated. In 1999, the sisters received recognition by the United Nations General Assembly, who designated November 25 as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women in their honour.
Best practices for women and development
Intervention by Mrs. Carolyn Handschin, Vice President, Women’s Federation for World Peace International (WFWPI)
Conference on the topic « Multiculturalism: A contribution to Peace ? »
United Nations Office Geneva • Room XIX (19), Geneva,September, 2011.
Women’s role for peace in the 21st CenturyI would like to welcome Reverend Kwak, H.E. Dr. Boutros Boutros-Gali, Professor Jacques Barrat, Dr. Walsh and all the family of the Universal Peace Federation. Though this is not the first time that this Federation is having gatherings here at UNESCO, this is my first time to welcome them and to address the family of the Peace Federation.