Tailored opportunities: Call for papers- International conference Women’s Role in the sustainable development of Africa

Shared by Mulubrhan Balehegn

What ?

This is an international conference on the issues related to women’s contribution to sustainability and sustainable development in Africa. The conference will be held the International Leadership Institute, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia  on 27 November 2017. If your paper got accepted to the conference, you will be provided with travel and accommodation support.

Who ?

Any one with research or any other form of experience worth sharing in the following thematic areas:

  • Women Empowerment for Sustainable Development
  • Women Political Participation: Gender Quota System
  • Economic Status of Women
  • Role of Women in Peace and Security in Africa
  • Women in Historical, Social and Cultural Affairs
  • Affirmative Action: Women in Higher Education
  • Women Leadership Role

How?

Prepare an abstract of your paper and make submission to the following emails:

Dr.Hanna Yakavenka:H.Yakavenka@greenwich.ac.uk (if you are based in Europe) or
Ms. BethelhemTaye,bethelhemtaye.ili@gmail.com or bethelhem.t@ili.edu.et (if you are based in Africa)

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