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Facebook Live Discussion on the Role of Male Champions in Promoting Women's Political Participation and Leadership

Co-organized by iKNOW Politics and International Gender Champions, this Facebook Live discussion brought together a diverse panel of Geneva-based Gender Champions who shared their experiences and views on the role of male champions in promoting women’s political participation and leadership.


Moderator:

  • Martin Chungong, Secretary General of the Inter-parliamentary Union

Speakers:

  • Elayne Whyte Gómez, Ambassador of Costa Rica to the UN in Geneva
  • Michael Møller, Director General of the UN in Geneva
  • Nazhat Shameem Khan, Ambassador of Fiji to the UN in Geneva

Along with iKNOW Politics and International Gender Champions’ current e-Discussion on this topic, this event was part of their efforts to promote an active and fruitful online dialogue on how men can be catalysts for enhancing women’s participation in politics with the goal of drawing out best practices and lessons learned.

To contribute to the e-Discussion, go here

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Facebook Live Discussion on the Role of Male Champions in Promoting Women's Leadership

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