#IWD2021 WEEK: FEEL AT HOME WOMEN’S DAY VIRTUAL CLOSING PARTY KENYA Suitable For: Mediation & Dispute Resolution (MDR) Professionals. Date: Saturday, March 13th 2021 Time: 08:00 PM – 09:00 PM Venue: ZOOM Live Nature of Event: Discussions. Attendees: Register. Audio and video enabled. Theme “Voices in the Changing World: The Pivotal Role of Women Mediators…Read More
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THEME: VOICES IN THE CHANGING WORLD: THE PIVOTAL ROLE OF WOMEN MEDIATORS IN KENYA
The Women In Mediation Leadership (#WIML) Kenya Action Group is pleased to host the March 2021 in-person Mediators Breakfast Meetup on Monday, March 8th from 07:30 am to 10:30 am at Cardinal Otunga Plaza in Nairobi Kenya.Read More
March 2021 Mediators Breakfast Meetup: Voices in The Changing World Save The Date!!! Registration is now open. The Women In Mediation Leadership (#WIML) Kenya Action Group is pleased to extend an invitation to the March 2021 in-person Mediators Breakfast Meetup to be held on Monday, March 8th at 07:30am to 10:30am. The networking event to…Read More
International Women’s Day 2021: Mediators Meetup
We are meeting on #IWD2021. Raise your hand high to show you’re in.
International Women’s Day Theme
The UN Women announced the theme for International Women’s Day, 8 March 2021 (IWD 2021) as, “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world.”
The UN’s 2021 theme celebrates efforts from girls and women in creating a more equal future and COVID-19 pandemic recovery.
The International Women’s Day hashtag theme for 2021 is #ChooseToChallenge. The 2020 theme was #EachforEqual; 2019’s was #BalanceforBetter.
History of the International Women’s Day
During the International Women’s Year, the United Nations celebrated it as an official holiday on March 8, 1975. Globally as women from various social-cultural groups come together on this day reflecting on among others decades for peace, justice, equality, and development, it is a day to recognize women.
#2021 Pro Mediators Pose Photo Gallery
It’s simple: Strike the Choose To Challenge pose, take a clear photo and share the photo with us via email by February 28th.
The gallery share*: On social media and other platforms using #WIMLAfrica2021 #WIMLKenya2021 #ChooseToChallenge #IWD2021 #WomensDay #SeeHer
*Send to us before February 28th: For inclusion in the gallery, share with us your “Choose To Challenge pose photo”.
This year, March 8 falls on a Monday. A mediators meetup day. Raise your hand high to show you’re in.
UN Women International Women’s Day 2021 Announcement
Email to: wasilianahubmediatorsafrica(a)gmail.com
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