Thursday, April 26, 2018

 The Saharawi Republic participates in the second meeting of the network of African women leadership.
In the midst of the presence of more than 200 participants from various countries of the AU and UN.
The women of the United Nations and the representation of several leading women of African non-governmental organizations and the diaspora of African institutions. The Sadr participated in the
High level Summit of the leadership African women Forum, which takes place from 24 to 26 April 2018
at the headquarters of the African Union in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital, organized by the African Union Commission (AUC) and the background of women of United Nations (UN) and the
Government of the Federal Republic of Germany.
During the three-day discussions focused on the pursuit of business objectives
The network is part of the implementation of the 2063 of the AU agenda and the agenda of the United Nations of the United Nations by the year 2030 to achieve gender equality and the empowerment of women
and girls in various fields of political, social, economic, and security.
In this context, four areas were identified: women's participation in politics
Good governance, peace and security, rural women, young women and communication and social networks. The meeting also focused on the problems of structure and tasks
competences related to the network at the continental, regional and national level.
In addition to emphasize the theme of promotion and work in the media and the defense of the network to ensure that its work is facilitated at all levels within the framework of an action plan for the implementation of
Strategy and roadmap well defined and consistent with the objectives of the agenda of the ITU, African Agenda for the year 2063 and the 2030 Agenda of the United Nations on equality between
At the end of the meetings, the meeting adopted a final declaration containing the most important recommendations
To activate the network as soon as possible and to ask States and Governments to facilitate the work of the
Network at national, regional and continental level.
The network of African women leaders was established at the headquarters of the Federation
African headquarters, new York, from 31 May to 2 June 2017, under the direction of the President of the Commission of the African Union, Musa Faqih Mohammed and Amina Mohammed
Vice General of the United Nations, in the presence of more than 100 women prominent leaders from African countries representing various political, social and cultural sectors, including heads of state, Vice-Presidents, former members of parliament, ex Prime ministers and former party leaders, heads of government representatives from the private sector and representatives of civil society, young women and rural women. The Leadership Network has been Established as African women outside the United Nations Seminar on equality and empowerment, women organized by the Women's section of the United Nations, where it was the most important.
Its results are the launching of the African Women's Leadership network, as a new initiative that seeks to
Create a common space for African women to exchange leadership experiences and lessons

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