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Building Peace - Empwering Women

Gender Strategies to make UN Security Council Resolution 1325 work

06. April 2006
MUMOK - Museum of Modern Art, Lounge, 8th floor

Sustainable peace requires the full participation of women at all stages of peace processes. Their involvement in decision making and all mechanisms which prevent conflicts and stop war is essential. The symposium, organised by the Austrian Development Cooperation, will focus on gender roles in armed conflicts, on sharing experience in implementing Security Council Resolution 1325 and on recommendations and conclusions for development cooperation programmes.


Public Meeting
Thursday, April 6, 2006, 18.00 - 20.00 pm

MUMOK - Museum of Modern Art, Hofstallung
Museumsquartier, 1070 Vienna

With:
- Ursula Plassnik, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Austria
- Penda Mbow, former Minister of Cultural Affairs, Senegal, gender and law specialist with regard to women and Islam
- Elisabeth Rehn, former UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in South Eastern Europe and former Minister of Defence, Finland

Registration required. Please contact oeza.info@ada.gv.at until March 31.

Symposium
Friday, April 7, 2006, 9.00 - 17.00

MUMOK - Museum of Modern Art, Lounge, 8th floor
Museumsquartier, 1070 Vienna

With:
Elisabeth Rehn, Judy El-Bushra, Igballe Rogova, Stella Sabitii, Renate Winter, Mette Kongshem, Markus Reisle, et al.

Registration required. Please contact oeza.info@ada.gv.at until March 31.


For further information and the detailed program please click here.

 
 

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