Intergeneration Dialogue on Generation Equality and Women’s Leadership in Malawi: “This is Malawi, a land of women, who lead, and men, who celebrate them”
In 2021, the world’s political leaders, youth activists, corporate executives, development agencies, gathered in Paris for the Generation Equality Forum to lay the foundation for a new agenda to address gender equality. Following the Forum, as a co-leader of the Action Coalition on Feminist Movements and Leadership, Malawi made commitments to promote feminist movements building and women’s leadership at all levels. In moving towards the implementation and realization of Generation Equality commitments, Malawi launched the first Intergenerational Dialogue on Generation Equality and Women’s Leadership on 9 April 2022.
Over 3,000 diverse actors convened in Lilongwe under the theme of, ‘Growing and Glowing as a leader against all odds’. Reflection on the Generation Equality commitments and women leadership in Africa was at the heart of the conference which brought together governments, civil society, young people, corporations, allies and change-makers from all over Africa.
Click here to read the full article published by UN Women on 29 June 2022.