EasyPoli: A voice for women’s leadership at UNESCO – Paris EasyPoli

EasyPoli Consulting had the pleasure to engage UNESCO Paris headquarters in March, 2017.

The work of UNESCO to reduce gender inequality in education is crucial as it affects both girls and boys, and women and men, but girls and women are still more often disadvantaged.

In March 2017, Darine BenAmara, founder of EasyPoli Consulting was asked by Thione Niang, founder of Give1Project, to produce a women empowerment panel at UNESCO for the Give1Project Emerging Global Leaders Paris 2017 Summit, wherein 150 emerging leaders from over 30 countries participated.

The focus was on “Women Leading Change”, setting the scene for today’s review of the work that have been accomplished by women in Leadership; and featured a panel of global women leaders from USA (White House’ Karen Andre), Senegal (Amy Farr Sall), Morocco (Rania Belkahia), Jamaica (Nicole McLaren Campbell), France (Françoise Leguenou) and more coming from Congo, Indonesia, etc.

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