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Millennia2015, Women's Foresight: Call to contribution

Event Date: 
January 29, 2011 (All day) - February 25, 2011 (All day)

English: Please contribute: include this invitation to your website or publications and spread it to your networks, thank you!

MILLENNIA2015
organized by The Destree Institute
under the patronage of the UNESCO,
with the support of the International Organization of La Francophonie,
in collaboration with The Millennium Project

We invite you to contribute to our foresight exercise in order to build Millennia2015 Action Plan for Women's Empowerment, International Conference organized by the Division for Gender Equality, Office of the Director-General of the UNESCO, and The Destree Institute at the UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, end 2011
=> www.millennia2015.org/KP2010_Foresight_Exercise
(EN - FR - ES - DE - IT)

Join Millennia2015 Community (by regions) or the International Working Group Millennia2015 Women and eHealth:
=> www.millennia2015.org/Community_Registration

Millennia2015, "Women actors of development for the global challenges" is an international foresight research process working with foresight as a method and the information society as context in solidarity, structured in 3 phases: Liege 2008, Paris 2011 and New York 2015.
Millennia2015 acts for gender equality, women's empowerment and their full participation to political, economic and social decisions, in complementarity with men, in order to build fairer and more ethic futures at the horizon 2025, with implementation by 2015.
=> www.millennia2015.org

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Français: Merci de contribuer, d'inclure cette invitation à votre site ou à vos publications et de la diffuser vers vos réseaux, merci !

MILLENNIA2015
organisé par l'Institut Destrée
sous le patronage de l'UNESCO,
avec l'appui de l'Organisation international de la Francophonie,
en collaboration avec The Millennium Project

Nous vous invitons à contribuer à notre exercice de prospective pour construire le Plan d'action de Millennia2015 pour l'autonomisation des femmes, Conférence internationale organisée la Division pour l’égalité des genres, Cabinet de la Directrice générale de l’UNESCO, et l'Institut Destrée au Siège de l'UNESCO, Paris, fin 2011
=> www.millennia2015.org/KP2010_Exercice_Prospective
(EN - FR - ES - DE - IT)

Inscrivez-vous à la Communauté de Millennia2015 (par régions) ou au Groupe de travail international Millennia2015 Femmes et eSanté :
=> www.millennia2015.org/Community_Registration

Millennia2015, "Femmes actrices de developpement pour les enjeux mondiaux" est un processus de recherche prospective travaillant avec la prospective comme méthode et la société de l'information comme contexte dans la solidarité, structuré en 3 étapes: Liège 2008, Paris 2011 and New York 2015.
Millennia2015 agit pour l'égalité des genres, l'autonomisation des femmes et leur pleine participation aux décisions politiques, économiques et sociales, en complémentarité avec les hommes, afin de construire des futurs plus justes et plus éthiques à l'horizon 2025, avec mise en œuvre pour 2015.
=> www.millennia2015.org

_____________________________________________________
Marie-Anne Delahaut * delahaut.marie-anne@institut-destree.eu
- Directrice de recherche à l'Institut Destrée,
Responsable fondatrice de Millennia2015,
Responsable du Pôle Société de l'information de l'Institut Destrée
- Director of research at The Destree Institute,
Founding Head of Millennia2015,
Head of the Information Society Unit of The Destree Institute
www.Millennia2015.org - www.institut-destree.eu
9, avenue Louis Huart - B 5000 Namur, Wallonia
Tel. P: 32(0)495.213.981. - B: 32(0)81.234.397.

Location:
Global
Namur, Wallonia 5000
Belgium

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usha kc's picture

Dear Marie, its so great

Dear Marie, its so great work. I have already registered.Keep sharing!

Tell me more about your, your life in your country, send me documents or photos, it is great to share from so far away. I will now send you your login to Millennia2015 by email.
Be happy!
Love,
Marie-Anne

BALAGIZI MUHEBULE EMMANUEL's picture

thank you for your journaly

just to felicit you of your vision and to recommanded you support this vision on osodi in drcongo

Objectives emphasize the idea according to which both women and men have the right to be protected against all forms of violence. to local leaders aware of different forms of violence against women. give skills for leaders to stop violence against women in their households and communities.
Osodi as a basic information
Define gender-based violence that results or may result in physical destruction, sexual, psychological, threats, coercion, lack of freedom.
Osod patients have focused to eliminate violence against women in order to promote healthier families and stronger communities,
(Strong families a strong, strong church, strong nation
(A small family, a small country and a small community)
Violence because the impact on the economy, when women are abuses in their families, countries, they are sick is it affects their ability to work.
The same thing about children, the negative impact on the lives of children see violence done in their household, the children remain orphans, abandoned, Izege, Walungu Kaniola nindja, Kabare with the enemies of peace, many women have become sick, abandoned by their husbands following they have experienced sexual violence or their households (other domestic partner violence, honor killings,
Women subjected to violence are at a high risk of contracting HIV-AIDS and many are depressed and traumatized by this experience, the fear of being raped by the enemy prevents women in rural areas to develop the strength of marriage the child 44% of women aged 20-24 were married at the age of 15 years, a lot of girl to marry men who double their age, a tough time they are abandoned by their husbands because of their inability . Widows are also bitter abandoned the death of their husbands
Removal: a special way, in post-conflict situations, removal is a continuing threat. Abducted women are often sexually abused, necessarily married or killed. It affects women and girls, but the well-being of children, families and the safety of entire communities.
Suggested Osodi Present statistics and local information about violence against women, intervene with specific examples of how violence against women. Discuss how men and women are treated differently and ask every man has to think about Could it be, to be a woman in her family and community.
for Osodi
Ms. akonkwa cheshe
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balagizi

Mauwa Brigitte's picture

Réponse

Marie-Anne,
Je suis derrière vous pour que les femmes connaissent ces choses de "Millennia2015 agit pour l'égalité des genres, l'autonomisation des femmes et leur pleine participation aux décisions politiques, économiques et sociales, en complémentarité avec les hommes, afin de construire des futurs plus justes et plus éthiques à l'horizon 2025, avec mise en œuvre pour 2015". Nous vous soutenons et courage pour cette initiative.

Brigitte

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