Friday- November 25 · 6:00pm – 9:30pm
Location- SOAS University London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square
SOS Children supporting Empowering Women, Empowering Nation (EWEN) will be holding the EWEN event in 25th November 2011.
This event will cover the theme, “The Role & Significance of Black Women in Changing the History of a Lost Generation” and will be facilitated as a forum undertaken to celebrate the achievements and contributions of black women in peaceful environments throughout the world. As part of London Black History Month, EWEN wants to highlight the achievements and influences black women have had in campaigning for a better world, for peace, justice and equality both nationally and internationally. We also want to raise awareness of the many issues women face today and campaign for gender equality and solidarity for all women in fighting such a cause.
EWEN has invited an array of female speakers and guests who are positive role models and who with their work have endeavored to improve the lives of women and their member nations.
The Speakers attending this event are:
H.I.H Princess Yav Marylin: (Congo Brazzaville)
H.I.H Prince Akilile Makonnen Haile Selassie (Ethiopia)
Mme Bombo Georgette: Chief of Protocol at the Department of Health and AID’s (Ivory Coast)
Mme Diallo Mariam: Deputy director of cooperation at the Ministry for Urban Safety (Ivory Coast)
Mme N’dri Yaman Thérèse: Minister of Health and AIDS (Ivory Coast)
Mme Claudine Munari : Minister of commerce (Congo Brazzaville)
Mme Kabala Anne Marie: Maire de La commune de Mouyondzi (Congo Brazzaville)
Mme Anne Désirée Ouloto: Minister of Urban Safety (Ivory Coast)
Please contact me at email@example.com or 00447404194046 if you wish to attend this event