Women and science-led development
The application of science and technology to development in Africa remains a major challenge even after numerous attempts to implement strategies (1, 2, 3) for the promotion of a science-led modernization of all economic ...
Report on the ad hoc expert group meeting to discuss the draft platform for action to be submitted to the fifth African Regional Conference
The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) in collaboration with the Government of Tunisia organized an Ad Hoc Expert Group Meeting preparatory to the Fifth Regional Conference on Women from 27 to 29 July ...
Report of the ad hoc expert group meeting to consider modalities of setting up an african bank for women
In accordance with the ECA work programme for the biennium 1994-95 and the ECA Conference of Ministers resolution 736 (XXVII) which called for emphasis on economic empowerment of women through increased access to resources ...
Fifth African Regional Conference on Women : summaries of national reports (English speaking countries) ECA/ACW 16-23 November 1994 Dakar, Senegal
These are summaries of 23 national reports submitted by member States. Many of them came in as "drafts" and many also did not contain conclusions and recommendations. It is hoped that member States will, at a latter date, ...
Women in the peace process: Part I
Peace as stated in the Nairobi Forward-looking Strategies, includes not just the absence of war, violence or hostilities at the national and international levels, but also the enjoyment of economic stability social justice ...
Fifth African regional conference on women : 16-23 November 1994 Dakar, Senegal
The paper deals about the 1985 Nairobi Forward-looking Strategies for the Advancement of Women (NFLS) contained three interrelated and mutually reinforcing objectives: Equality, Development and Peace. The Nairobi Strategies ...
Fifth African regional conference on women: Part V
The Conference was a culmination of two years of preparatory work by African states, who prepared country reports; of sub-regional and regional workshops sponsored by the UN, expert meetings with strong involvement of the ...
Eastern and Southern subregions workshop for the preparation of national reports for the fifth regional conference on women, 18 - 20 August 1994, Nairobi, Kenya : report
In this document, we shall endeavour to analyze the entire Liberian Peace Process with a view of highlighting women's role in that process: SECTION II: Provides a historical overview of Liberia, its cultural practices ...
Draft African platform for action for fifth African regional conference on women : introductory statement by Layashi Yaker
Introductory statement by Layashi Yaker at the African platform for action for fifth African regional conference on women.
Report of the ad hoc expert group meeting to consider strategies for enhancement of women's skills in mainstreaming and decision - making
The African Training and Research Centre for Women (ATRCW) held its Ad-Hoc Expert Group Meeting to consider strategies for enhancement of women's skills in main streaming and decision-making in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, from ...