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                       Conferences by Year: 2005/ 2004/ 2003/ 2002/ 2001/ 2000

2005
International Congress on Women Work & Health
Women Work & Health 2005 focus on key issues of occupational health & safety to ensure women's well being by striving for a better working life. 27 November 2005. New Delhi, India. More...

Engendering Health and Human Rights IFHHRO Annual Conference 2005
IFHHRO conducts annual conferences on themes linked to health and human rights each year. The conference theme for year 2005 is Engendering Health and Human Rights. The Conference is being held in Mumbai, India on the 30th  of September and 1st October 2005. More...

Women and ECommerce Global Congress
Our mission, which is to create an international community, to help women better understand ecommerce through education and professional development, and to do business with one another by increasing each of our circles of influence is more than a mission.19 to 21 September 2005
San Miguel, AZORES, Portugal. More...

The National Women in Business Expo. An Event Designed For the Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs and Female Professionals ..Women Empowering Women
17 to 18 September 2005.Toronto, Ontario, Canada. More...

4th Annual Women & Power Conference by Omega Institute and V-Day. Women must play a primary role in re-imagining and redefining power in all of its contexts -through keynote talks, on-stage interviews, and workshops we will explore the nature and necessity of feminine power. 8 to 11 September 2005. Rhinebeck, New York, United States. More...

Gender Festival 2005. Gender Festival, 6th to 9th 2005, the main theme is Gender Democracy and Development: Popular Struggles for an alternative and Better World. 6 to 9 September 2005. Dar el Salaam, Tanzania. More... 

Regional Conference on Development Effectiveness Through Gender Mainstreaming: Lessons Learnt From South Asia.
Organized by IFAD, UNIFEM and IDRC through the IFAD-UNIFEM Gender Mainstreaming Programme in Asia, this conference — being held in New Delhi, India, 10-12 May 2005. More…

Celebrating Beijing Plus Ten: The Fifth South Asia Regional Ministerial Conference
Jointly hosted by the Government of Pakistan and the South Asia Regional Office of UNIFEM, the Fifth South Asia Regional Ministerial Conference to celebrate Beijing+10 is being held 3-5 May 2005 in Islamabad, Pakistan. More…

Symposium on Women's Rights and Leadership in Post-Conflict Sudan
UNIFEM co-hosted a symposium on 10 April 2005 to draw up action plans based on the specific actions on gender issues and women's rights recommended in the Joint Assessment Mission (JAM) documents. The symposium also provided a forum for discussions on financial and technical support for gender issues. More…

ECOSOC Roundtable on Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women
UNIFEM organized a roundtable discussion on "Strengthening Institutions to Deliver on Commitments to Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment" for the ECOSOC 2005 Preparatory Meeting, High-Level Segment, on 16-17 March 2005. More…

Regional training workshop on Gender, Citizenship and Governance
What is gender analysis and why are rights based approaches important in development in the Machreq/Maghreb region. How can we enhance women’s political effectiveness in countries of the Machreq/Maghreb region. Beirut, 23 February - 4 March 2005. More…

 

 

 

2004
JEF International Training Seminar "Engendering Europe" in Trom°ya, Norway, 20.-25. June 2004
Do gender perspectives concern politics, community life, organisations, and society in general at all? Why do we not have gender equality in all social settings today? And why dedicate a seminar only to gender related issues? These are some of the questions we want to answer during our seminar.

“Engendering Macro-Economics & International Trade: An African Perspective”

Johannesburg, South Africa 4th – 9th October, 2004.
In the current international trading system, African women have been turned into producers and consumers of traded commodities and are even traded commodities themselves. Life support systems of household and communities have been damaged resulting in increasing burdens for women who continue to bear the cost of social reproduction. This is so because international trade that once was only a component of economic and social life now reigns supreme in the new global order. More…

Regional Conference: Gender and governance Issues in Local Government
ADB Headquarters, Manila, Philippines , 9-10 March 2004
This workshop aims to present the findings of the RETA in the regional workshop and identify the regional issues on gender, governance and poverty reduction for policy makers in the context of local government. More…

 

 

 

2003
International Training workshop on Gender, Citizenship and Governance (GCG-6)
September 2003 - October 2003gender, governance
NETHERLANDS . More…

Seminar in Educational Policy Analysis Engendering Leadership for Social Justice
Students in this course will explore the experiences that women have had in American education, as students, faculty, staff, administrators, and leaders influenced by past and present educational policies and practices. More…

Engendering Democracy - Women's Organisations and their Influence on Policy Making"
was jointly organised by the Institute of Governance and CAWP on Friday 5 December 2003 in NICVA, Duncairn Gardens, Belfast. More…
 



2002
Engendering Processes of Governance at Global, Regional and National levels
The Second ESRC Seminar on Gender Globalization and Governance,
19 September 2002,E0.21, Social Studies Building, University of Warwick. More …

 


2001
Seminar on the Process of Engendering. A New Constitution for Rwanda
Kigali (Rwanda), 20-22 June 2001
The Process of Engendering a New Constitution for Rwanda" for Rwandan MPs, representatives from the PRO-FEMMES TWESE HAMWE Rwandan women’s associations, and delegations from the President's Office, the Primate's Office, the Government, the Supreme Court, the Legal and Constitutional Committee and other national committees, international bodies in Kigali and other partners of the Forum of Rwandan Women Parliamentarians. More…

Gender Equality In Least Developed Countries: UNDP/UNCTAD Joint Panel at the Third United Nations Conference on the LDCs. 30 June 2001
Ministers, from LDCs and developing partners, Government officials, non-governmental organizations and the private sector met in Brussels on 15 May 2001 in a Panel on “LDCs Building Capacities for Mainstreaming Gender in Development Strategies”, to discuss the Cape Town Declaration and recommendations. More…

Governance Poverty Reduction and Gender Equality",
23 to 25 April, 2001 in Vienna, The OECD/DAC/Working Party on Gender and the UN Inter-Agency Meeting on Women and Gender Equality organized a joint workshop.
UNDP was Task Force Manager on behalf of UN agencies for the preparation of the workshop. The purpose of the workshop was to develop a common understanding of the links between gender equality, good governance and poverty reduction, at the conceptual and practical levels. More…
 

 


2000
Workshop on gender-sensitive local planning
27–29 June 2000, Bangkok, Thailand
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