United Nations Association London & South East Region

The Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom 

cordially invite you to the official launch of

Make Every Woman Count
Founder and Director - Rainatou Sow
Hosted by SOAS 
Centre for Gender Studies

Tuesday 19th July - 6.30 - 8.30 pm
Khalili Lecture Theatre, SOAS University

Thornhaugh St Russell Square

London WC1H OXG

Also to Celebrate WILPF Voices of African Women Campaign First Year
Achievements of the African Women’s Decade (2010-2020), we will also
discuss the MDGs  & UN WOMEN


Chair: Professor Nadje Al-Ali – Chair of the SOAS Centre for Gender Studies
                Sally Spear -------------------------- Vice-chair of the Women’s Advisory Council of the UN
Roger Hallam     ----------------------------United Nations Association SE Region
    Marie-Claire Faray -----------  Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom
Rainatou Sow ------------------ Founder & Director of Make Every Woman Count

Speakers to be followed by a reception
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Make Every Woman Count promotes the empowerment & rights of women & girls in Africa. MEWC is a project that aims to raise the awareness of the African Women's Decade (AWD) by providing timely and accurate information, and resources related to African women and girls. The MEWC website aims to be a comprehensive resource to document the situation of women in Africa and highlight the African Women’s Decade.

United Nations Association-UK for over sixty years UNA-UK has been promoting internationalism and the ideals of the UN Charter and Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Today its aims can be expressed as "for a strong, credible and effective United Nations".

The VoAW is a UK-WILPF campaign including African and British women. They campaign and lobby for the participation of African women in conflict prevention and nation building processes, for the protection of women's human rights and the demilitarization of the continent. The campaign has been underway since 2008 and has inspired and empwered many women.

www.makeeverywomancount.org                   www.una.org.uk                         www.wilpf.org 


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