Side event: Making women’s voices heard from Beijing to Post-2015 in social media
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17 March: side event
This side event was organised by the OECD Development Centre, in partnership with UN Women and with the support of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development. The panel and Q&A discussion focused on how social media can empower women to take a larger role in decision-making processes within the post-2015 agenda.
The event took place during the 59 session of the Commission on the Status of Women (United Nations Commission on the Status of Women) in NY: 17 March from 10 until 11.15am, at the UN Headquarters Conference Room 11 (GA Building).
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- Read this short paper based on Wikigender’s online discussion on the same topic: Loiseau, E. Nowacka, K. (2015) Can social media effectively include women’s voices in decision-making processes ? Issues Paper, OECD Development Centre
- Summary of the event
- Résumé de l’événement
Live webcast of the event
Side event: Making women’s voices heard from Beijing to Post-2015 in social media | Broadcast
On 12 March we had a live Twitter chat in the lead up to the event!
The Q&A took place from 10-11am EST/4-5pm GMT+1 via #WomenSpeak
- See the storify of the Twitter chat!
- See also: recent Wikigender online discussion on “Advancing women’s rights through social media: which strategies?“
- Invitation flyer (English)
- Invitation flyer (French)
- Speakers’ biographies
- OECD Development Centre at the UN Commission on the Status of Women: English and French (OECD website)
- For up to the minute information and updates in the run up to this event follow #WomenSpeak on Twitter for live-tweets.
- Event page on EmpowerWomen.org