Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/vXKcUpiCfOsxEy8t2
Time: Tuesday, March 6th at 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Venue: The Press Club Brussels Europe, Rue Froissart 95, 1040 Brussels, Belgium
Throughout history, women empowerment has gone a long way. Yet often classic feminism most strongly represents Western idea of female emancipation, which requires critical evaluation when it comes to support instruments and the financial aid.
The European Union has shown consistent efforts to support the progress of sustainable development and women empowerment worldwide. Ensuring that the external policies of the European Union are sensitive and adapted to the local needs are imperative to achieve such goals.
The event Gender Inequality in the EU Institutions will bring together experts, academics and practitioners from the EU Institutions to discuss the ongoing progress in women empowerment and gender equality in the EU Institutions, and the options and strategies for a more effective implementation of internationally agreed goals and commitments with regard to these challenges.
Are you working for women empowerment and women rights? Do you have an idea for a project or an event? Through constructive and interactive dialogue, the participants are encouraged to share different perspectives on international and national responsibilities and involvement and create future projects and events together.
Join us and let’s collaborate!
Speakers and Agenda
18.00 – Opening of Registrations
18.30 – Roundtable Discussion with Panellists
- Mrs Diane Luquiser is a Senior Manager, former insider of the European Commission and Founder of DL Partners International-Europe. She has an extensive knowledge of a wide range of areas and over 20 years experience in International/EU Affairs, Communication Strategy and Business Development.
- Mrs Manel Mselmi is a Teacher and Researcher in Environmental Humanities. She is a reporter in the “Ecofeminism” program and a blogger at Europablog. She is engaged in fighting against climate change, extremism and for gender equality.
20.00 – End of Event
Please note that this is a roundtable discussion with a capacity of maximum 20 seats so the spots are limited and if you want to join us, register ASAP. We are committed on working together and put up a project forward that we will support financially.