Women (RE)shaping POWER event 7 June 2018

Women (RE)shaping Power

[Brussels, 15 May 2018] We are happy to announce that our second flagship Women’s Forum in Brussels is coming up with an opening event on 7 June 2018. This year’s edition, in recognition of the upcoming European Elections will address the theme of “Women ReShaping Power”. Over 100 leading women’s rights activists from the EWL membership across Europe will be in Brussels to participate. This will form an important part of our efforts to build momentum towards the 2019 European Election.

We will be launching our campaign ’50:50 Women for Europe, Europe for Women’ to support women’s political empowerment. Join us for an impressive feminist line-up, lively debate and an informal drink afterwards!

This is a free event, but registration is compulsory. Register here by 30 May!

Members of the European Women’s Lobby who are attending the European Women’s Forum as delegates, observers or working group members do NOT need to register via this form as we already have your details.

14.30 Registration

15.00 Welcome by European Women’s Lobby President Edith Schratzberger-Vecsei

Keynote speeches by Lecia Brooks & Minna Salami.

15.25 Statement delivered by Commissioner Mariya Gabriel (TBC)

15.30 Presentation of European Women’s Lobby election campaign 2019
’50:50 Women for Europe, Europe for Women’

15.40 Round table moderated by Joanna Maycock, Secretary General European Women’s Lobby, with representatives of the political parties: Philippe Lamberts (Greens), Christine Revault d’Allonnes-Bonnefoy and others.

15.55 Story contribution by Małgorzata Tarasiewicz, EWL board member from Poland.

16.00-17.00 Reception and informal exchange with Members of the European Parliament and women’s rights organisations from across Europe

Date and Time
Thu, June 7, 2018
2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Venue
European Parliament, 60 rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60
Building József Antall (JAN): meeting room 4Q2
1047 Brussels

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Funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Commission.

Hosted by Maria Noichl, Member of the European Parliament.

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