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African Women Impacting Change

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About this Event

05 Dec 2014 @ 12:45
Podcast:
Download the keynote audio podcast from this event here
 
Powerpoint:
Download the presentation slides used during this evnt in .PDF format here
 
About the Speech:
 
In her address to the IIEA, Dinah Musindarwezo will discuss her experiences at FEMNET; the role her organisation has played in facilitating networking and sharing critical information across borders; and the part it plays in mobilising African women to rally around issues of common interest. She will also describe the role FEMNET has played in encouraging African women to engage with - and influence – policymaking at country, regional and global levels.
 
This is the seventh event in the 2014 Development Matters series, which the IIEA is co-hosting with Irish Aid.
 
About the Speaker: 
 
Dinah Musindarwezo is a gender equality advocate with nine years of experience working on issues of gender and development, female empowerment and human rights at national, regional and international levels. Currently Ms. Musindarwezo is the Executive Director of FEMNET (The African Women's Development and Communication Network), which supports advocacy work across the continent to ensure that African women are able to engage in and influence policies that affect their lives.
 
 

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