CSW67: Empowering Rural Women in Africa: Innovation, best practices, opportunities, and lessons lea

CSW67: Empowering Rural Women in Africa: Innovation, best practices, opportunities, and lessons lea

CSVR is inviting you to the Learning Roundtable at the CSW Forum.

The CSVR Learning Roundtable at the CSW Forum on the 16th of March 2023, will highlight and showcase the innovation, best practices, opportunities, and lessons learnt to address the challenges that still persist for women. The learning roundtable event aims to support and improve understanding of the realities of African rural women's empowerment initiatives to strengthen existing approaches and processes. The learning roundtable will also facilitate knowledge exchange beyond the continent.

Time Mar 16, 2023, 20:30 PM South African Time

Time: Mar 16, 2023, 02:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85729803057?pwd=TFNjU0piWWFTOFNTRUVWMlFRTHMxQT09

Meeting ID: 857 2980 3057

Passcode: 050324

Meeting ID: 857 2980 3057

Passcode: 050324

The event will also be live on the CSVR YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujRXZBnA1p8

Join us for this meaningful discussion and contribute to developing practical approaches and processes.

 

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Ms. Munini Mutuku, a member of the Bosch Alumni Network and Africa Director of the Environmental Peacebuilding Association works at the National Cohesion and Integration Commission in Kenya. She is a Fellow of the Pan-African Reconciliation Network at the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation South Africa, a Fellow of the Historical Dialogue and Accountability Programme at Columbia University in New York, an Alumni of the Geneva Centre for Security Policy, amongst other associations. Her areas of work have focused on: communities and natural resource based conflicts, mediation and reconciliation dialogues, diversity and social cohesion, women and youth in peace and security, minority and indigenous peoples’ rights, economic and social cultural rights, amongst other thematic areas. As a transitional justice and peacebuilding practitioner, her current project focuses on environment in transitional justice where she has authored a Supplementary Note to the African Union Transitional Justice Policy on Environment and Natural Resources in Transitional Justice Processes and Mechanisms. She holds a Master’s degree in Intercultural Conflict Management from Alice-Salomon University in Berlin (Germany) and a Master’s degree from the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratization in Venice (Italy) and University of Vienna in Vienna (Austria). She is currently a PhD student at Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies at The University of Nairobi, Kenya.



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