6th Annual Women in Politics Africa Conference 2014 Johannesburg

  • Conference Call
  • The Intel­li­gence Trans­fer Cen­tre is ask­ing you to join some of the most pow­er­ful women in pol­i­tics at the 6th Annual Women in Pol­i­tics Africa Con­fer­ence on Octo­ber 29 – 30, 2014 at the Ind­aba Hotel in Johan­nes­burg, South Africa.

    Last year, Hon Cde Eunice Iipinge men­tioned in her pre­sen­ta­tion that “Gen­der equal­ity and women empow­er­ment are human rights that lie at the heart of devel­op­ment and the achieve­ment of the MDG’s. Women are sys­tem­at­i­cally sub­jected to vio­lence, mar­gin­al­i­sa­tion and dis­em­pow­er­ment prac­tices. In order to be more respon­sive to women empow­er­ment and lead­er­ship, we need to be more respon­sive to women improve­ment of con­di­tions, stan­dards, events and gen­eral per­spec­tives of life. Let us unite in erad­i­cat­ing all dis­em­pow­er­ment practices”

    What makes this year unique is that we have not only top lead­ers in Africa speak­ing, but we have nego­ti­ated fan­tas­tic hotel rates to ensure you are able to relax and stay over dur­ing the conference.

    Key Strate­gies to be discussed

    • Delv­ing into the decline of women rep­re­sen­ta­tion in politics
    • For­ti­fy­ing the role of women in pol­i­tics and equip­ping them with the tools to exe­cute their mandate
    • Using your lead­er­ship scope to erad­i­cate the fem­i­ni­sa­tion of women in poverty
    • Clos­ing the gen­der gap through Africa’s trans­for­ma­tion agenda for 2063 empow­er­ing women to empower nations
    • Analysing Africa’s readi­ness for more women presidents
    • Main­stream­ing women into pol­i­tics –using democ­racy to the advan­tage of women
    • Being a leader with influ­ence through polit­i­cal intelligence
    • Mov­ing towards stronger poli­cies to ensure a more promi­nent pres­ence of women in politic
    • Prac­ti­cal Media and Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Workshops
    • Prac­ti­cal tips of what women politi­cians should do with regards to under­stand­ing the role of the media bet­ter facil­i­tated by Fer­ial Haf­fa­jee, City Press Edi­tor.
    • Get­ting your mes­sage across using strong com­mu­ni­ca­tion tech­niques facil­i­tated by Tem­bisa Gebeda Marele, Broad­cast Media and Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Spe­cial­ist.

    Con­firmed Speakers

    • Jessie Duarte – ANC Deputy Sec­re­tary Gen­eral, Repub­lic Of South Africa
    • Itume­leng Komanyane – East­ern & South­ern Regional Civil Soci­ety Advi­sory Group Mem­ber, UN Women
    • Hon. Dipuo Peters – Min­is­ter of Trans­port, Repub­lic Of South Africa
    • Hon. Ntaoleng Mafisa – Senior Gen­der Offi­cer (Polit­i­cal Empow­er­ment), Min­istry of Gen­der Youth Sports & Recre­ation, Lesotho
    • Hon. Ros­alia Annette Nghid­inwa – Min­is­ter, Min­istry of Gen­der Equal­ity and Chilf Wel­fare, Namibia
    • Hon. Ler­ato Mal­oka – Exec­u­tive Mayor of Lesedi Local Munic­i­pal­ity, Repub­lic Of South Africa
    • Hon. Zanele kaM­ag­waza Msibi – Deputy Min­is­ter of Sci­ence & Tech­nol­ogy, Repub­lic Of South Africa
    • Dr. Lydia Meshoe – Provin­cial Leader, African Chris­t­ian Demo­c­ra­tic Party, Repub­lic Of South Africa
    • Hon. Eunice Dor­ris Dlakude – Deputy Chief Whip, Repub­lic Of South Africa
    • Fer­ial Haf­fa­jee – Edi­tor, City Press, Repub­lic Of South Africa
    • Dr. Inonge Mbikusita-​Lewanika – Chan­cel­lor, Uni­ver­sity of Zam­bia, Zambia
    • Tem­bisa Gebeda Marele – Media & Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Spe­cial­ist, Broad­cast Media, Repub­lic of South Africa


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