strategize and develop a set of proposals and advocacy actions to feed into the Assembly. GEO is a FTF partner which brings a strong educational component into poverty discussions.
but not limited to proposals of gender inclusion for the Assembly declaration,
follow-up and evaluate indicators and benchmarks on education and equity
regarding climate change (CC), election of at least two women onto the board of
ICAE, strengthen advocacy and education on gender and Climate Change
negotiations. As FTF member, Luisa Cruz Hefti, also attending the conference, has highlighted in a previous message to the FTF, “women stressed the, ‘Gender Equality for the right to education, and the right to education for Gender Equality.’ Other points will be introduced to the declaration tomorrow with a reports and other update available on the ICAE website: http://www.icae2.org/
At the morning session Gita Sen provided the keynote speech, weaving personal history with feminist analysis of a ferocious world, leading us points of departure and connection. Her audio speech could be accessed at: http://aworldworthlivingin.da.ottoboni.se/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/Gita-Sen.pdf
— Reported by Rosa Lizarde, FTF Global Coordinator, in Malmo, Sweden