UN Women International Roundtable in Egypt
Dr. Mariz Tadros presented the findings from her recent DLP research paper, "Working Politically Behind Red Lines: Structure and agency in a comparative study of women's coalitions in Egypt and Jordan", at the International Roundtable "Pathways for Women in Democratic Transitions - International Experiences and Lessons Learned", hosted by UN Women in partnership with UNDP, IPU, and the Pathways to Women's Empowerment Egypt Hub American University on the 2nd June 2011.
The objective of this Roundtable was to explore paths towards democratic transitions that ensure good governance, gender equality and social justice.
The conference tackled political and social challenges facing women, lessons learnt from various experiences on mainstreaming gender in political democratic processes, media, policies of the state, and the art of building coalitions and movements.
A short review of the conference will be available here shortly.
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