[16days_discussion] [WorkingWithBoysandMen] Fw: Fwd: Invitation for March 4 Luncheon Seminar on Policies to Engage Men in Gender Equality at CSW in NYC

Ravi Karkara rkarkara at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 27 21:07:08 EST 2010





  
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Engaging Men in Gender Equality: 
Putting the Words into Practice


When: March 4, 2010
12:00 to 1:30 p.m. 

Where: Grand Hyatt, New York City 
109 E 42  ST
New York, NY
Ballroom  LevelLunch will be served



Join the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of South Africa, Partners for Prevention and the MenEngage Alliance for a panel discussion, “Engaging Men in Policies to Achieve Gender Equality.” 

Opening Speaker
Audun Bjørlo Lysbakken, Minister of Children, Equality and Social Inclusion, Norway 

Moderator
Klas Hyllander, Men for Gender Equality, Sweden 

Panelists 
	* Dean  Peacock, MenEngage Alliance and Sonke Gender Justice  Network


	* Gary Barker, MenEngage Alliance and International Center for Research on Women


	* Edford Mutuma, Planned Parenthood Association of Zambia


	* Saghir Bukhari, Partners for Prevention: Working with Boys and Men to Prevent Gender-based Violence - UNDP, UNFPA, UNIFEM and UNV Regional Joint Programme for Asia and the Pacific

Closing Comments
Ruby Marks, Gender Department of International  Relations and Cooperation, Republic of South Africa


The event also launches the publication of What Men Have to Do with It: Public Policies to Promote Gender Equality, a comparative analysis of policies conducted by the International Center for Research on Women, Instituto Promundo and partners. “Influential Men” by Hope Exhibits, a global photography exhibit of men from around the world engaging in gender justice and caregiving, will be featured as well.

 
 
RSVP to Lindsay Kin at lkin at icrw.org or 202-742-1211.
 
 
 
   
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