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Evénements organisés par les associations de femmes et féministes à Rio

Mercredi 13 juin 2012, par Yveline Nicolas

De nombreuses organisations de femmes et féministes organisent des événements dans le cadre de la Conférence Rio + 20 et du Sommet des peuples.


 Atelier le 16 juin à l’initiative de Université Nomade, Adéquations, Fondation Femmes africaines, Rapsode production

- Consulter et télécharger le programme

 Le programme du groupe majeur femmes

Le "Groupe majeur femmes" fait partie des représentants de la société civile à la Conférence internationale Rio + 20 sur le développement durable. Il organise des événements ("side events") sur les enjeux "Droits des femmes et développement durable". Programme à télécharger en pdf en bas de cet article.

 Le programme du Women Global Territory

Un grand nombre de réseaux brésiliens et internationaux de femmes organisent un espace de réunion et de débats dédié aux femmes à l’intérieur du Sommet des Peuples, le "Territoire global des femmes". Cet espace situé au Parc Flamengo ) à hauteur de la rue Silveira Martins et du Musée de la République.

Associations participantes :
ABGLT- Associação Brasileira de Gays, Lésbicas, Travestis e Transexuais ;/ ABL- Articulação Brasileira de Lésbicas ; / AFA - Asian Farmer Association ; / AFM – Articulacion Feminista Marcosul ; AMB – Articulação de Mulheres Brasileiras ; /AMNB – Articulação de Mulheres Negras Brasileiras ; / ANP – Articulação Nacional de Pescadoras ;/AROAJ - Asociación Raxch’och’ Oxlaju Aj – Guatemala ; / CENERAB – Centro Nacional de Religiosidade e Resistência Afro Brasileira ; / CIR - Conselho Indígena de Roraima - Secretaria de Mulheres ; CLADEM - Comité de América Latina y el Caribe para la Defensa de los Derechos de la Mujer ; / CONAMI - Conselho Nacional de Mulheres Indígenas ; CONEN- Coordenação Nacional de Entidades Negras ;/ DAWN - Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era ; / ECMIA - Enlace Continental de Mujeres Indígenas de las Américas ; / FEMUCARINAP - Federación Nacional de Mujeres Campesinas, Artesanas, Indígenas, Nativas y Asalariadas del Perú ;/ Fórum Nacional de Reforma Urbana - GT Gênero e Raça ; / Fórum Social PanAmazonico ; / Huairou Commission ; / IATP – Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy ; / International Women’s Alliance / Marcha das Margaridas / CONTAG ; / MIQCB – Movimento Interestadual de Quebradeiras de Coco Babaçu ; / MMC – Movimento de Mulheres Camponesas ; / Mulheres do Xingu Vivo para Sempre ; / RECID – Rede de Educação Cidadã ; /REPEM – Red de Educacióm Popular entre Mujeres ;Red de Mujeres Afrolatinoamericanas Afrocaribeñas y La Diáspora ; /Red Latinoamericana de Católicas por el Derecho a Decidir ;/ Red Mujeres e Habitat ; / Rede de Mulheres da AMARC - Associação Mundial de Rádios Comunitárias ;/ Rede de Mulheres em Comunicação ;/ REDSAG - Red Nacional en Defensa de la Soberania Alimentaria de Guatemala ;/ Rural Women´s Assembly - África do Sul ;/WIDE - Globalizing Gender Equality and Social Justice ;/ UNITIERRA Guatemala.

 Remise des prix des bonnes pratiques à des associations de femmes d’Afrique, Amérique Latine, Asie

3 ;00 – 4:30 pm, jeudi 21 June 2012, Pavillon T, Room 1, Rio Centro, Rio de Janeiro
Women-led organizations and groups working on sustainable development in a developing country will receive the Women’s Rio+20 Good Practice Award. The women winners will receive 1000 USD which will be presented by members of the Network at a festive ceremony on 21 of June. The winners are awarded in 5 categories : 1. Food sovereignty 2. Climate adaptation 3. Decent jobs and health 4. Water and sanitation 5. Sustainable energy
- Présentation et invitation en téléchargement en bas de cet article (pdf 2 pages)

 Women’s Major Group Rio+20 Side Event Women’s Resistance and Resilience

9:30 – 11:00 am, Friday 15 June 2012 ; Pavilion T, Room 10, Rio Centro, Rio de Janeiro

Social equity, gender equality and environmental justice must form the heart of sustainable development, and of the outcomes of the Rio+20 UN conference. Twenty years after the first Rio conference, great social and economic inequities still remain. These inequities especially affect women and children, who make up the majority of those living in poverty. The women’s major group supports the transformation from the current economic system to a sustainable and equitable economic system, which ensures gender equality, human rights and environmental justice and supports sustainable livelihoods and poverty eradication.

This side event will present testimonies from women resisting extractive industries, unsustainable energy, agro-fuels and land-grabbing attempts. The side event will also show examples of women’s initiatives towards sustainable and equitable economies followed by an interactive discussion on lessons for international cooperation and national and local action.

Programme
9:30 - 9:35 Welcome by organising partner Sascha Gabizon for the Women’s Major Group
Introduction by Moderator Gita Sen, DAWN, India
Panel I : Women’s Resistance – Countering Unsustainable Models of Development
9:35 - 9:40 Kaisha Atakhanova, Social Eco-fund Kazakhstan - Harmful effects of uranium mining on women and communities in Central Asia
9:40 - 9:45 Carmen Capriles, Reaccion Climatica, Bolivia - Challenges to protecting the climate, forests and indigenous peoples lands
9:45 - 9:50 Sophea Chrek, Social Action for Change, Cambodia - Challenging corporate greed and defending women’s land rights
9:50 - 9:55 Maureen Penjueli, Pacific Network on Globalisation - Resisting trade agreements and sea bed mining in the Pacific
9:55 - 10:00 Caroline Usipeko-Omoniye, Niger Delta Women, Nigeria - Challenging land grabbing
10:00 - 10:05 Wrap up by Moderator Gita Sen
Panel II : Women’s Resilience - Creating Sustainable and Equitable Development
10:05 - 10:10 Introduction by moderator Gita Sen
10:10 - 10:15 Winnie Kodi, Sudan - Moving towards energy independence and political empowerment with women in post-conflict regions
10:15 - 10:20 Norma Maldonado, UNITIERRA-IGTN, Guatemala - Defending territories and practicing agro-ecology and permaculture
10:30 - 10:35 Adi Vasu, Pacific Center for Peace Building - Building solidarities with women in rural and remote areas
10:35 - 10:55 Open Discussion : Post Rio+20 what are key areas for activism and policy-making to secure women’s rights and support for women’s sustainable development initiatives ?
10:55 - 11:00 Wrap up by Moderator Gita Sen

Contact in Rio de Janeiro : Andreia Da Silva, Tel : +48-33 89 58 49 and local +55 (21) 74397537 ; Sascha Gabizon, WECF

The Women’s Major Group Rio+20 activities receive support from the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, UN Women and Sustain Labour.

 Side events de DAWN

Gender, Economic and Ecological Justice in a Fierce New World
17 June 2012 - 11:30AM-1:30PM
Tenda 17 Flora Tristan - People’s Summit, Rio de Janeiro

Chair : Anita Nayar, INDIA (DAWN)
Speakers : Nicole Bidegain, URUGUAY (DAWN), Noelene Nabulivou, FIJI (DAWN), Hibist Kassa, GHANA (Student Worker Solidarity Society) Sophea Chrek, CAMBODIA (Social Action for Change)

This event will explore the current patterns of economic growth in Africa, Asia Pacific, and Latin America and its impacts on the environment and women’s access to sustainable livelihoods. Panelists will also analyze market based solutions to climate change and discuss why they should be challenged in national and global arenas.

Co-sponsored by Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN), International Council on Adult Education-Gender and Education Office (ICAE-GEO), Third World Network-Africa (TWN-A), Pacific Network on Globalisation (PANG)

Linking Rio+20, Cairo+20 and MDG+15 : South feminist perspectives

16 June 2012 ; 1230pm - 1430pm ; Ford Foundation Forum (next to Modern Art Museum) ; Aterro Flamengo Area, Rio de Janei

Chair : Gita Sen, INDIA (DAWN) Speakers : Noelene Nabulivou, FIJI (DAWN), Alexandra Garita, MEXICO (International Women’s Health Coalition), Nicole Bidegain, URUGUAY (DAWN), Lalaine Viado, PHILIPPINES (DAWN), Monica Novillo, BOLIVIA (Coordinadora de la Mujer), Hibist Kassa, GHANA (Student Worker Solidarity Society)

Gender equality and women’s rights, including the sexual and reproductive health and rights, as enshrined in the ICPD Programme of Action, are essential in realising a rights-based approach to poverty eradication and sustainable development. It must be reaffirmed in the Rio+20 and Cairo+20 and post-MDGs development framework and agenda. This event will analyse the coherent inter-linkages among these processes and explore the feminist strategies to proactively engage in these processes.

Co-sponsored by Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN), Realising Sexual and Reproductive Justice (RESURJ), and International Women’s Health Coalition (IWHC). Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN) is a network of feminist scholars, researchers and activists from the economic South working for economic and gender justice and sustainable and democratic development, including at the Rio+20 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in June, 2012 ! Follow us !

DAWN Media Focal Point : Cai Yiping ; yiping dawnnet.org ; Mobile number (Brazil) : (+55) 69 4409 60
- Autres informations et plaidoyers de DAWN

 Side events de Population Action International

Population Action International (PAI) and Partners invites you to the following side events that will explore the critical linkages between population dynamics and sustainable development as well as the key role of women’s empowerment and reproductive health, including family planning

- From Rio to Cairo to Rio… and Beyond : Population Dynamics, Climate Change and Sustainable Development Saturday, June 16th ; 1:00 – 3:00 pm ; RioCentro - T-9
- Healthy Women, Healthy Planet : Women’s Empowerment, Reproductive Health, Climate Change and Sustainable Development ; Monday, June 18th ; 1:15 – 2:45 pm ; Barra Arena - UN2
- Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in the Context of Sustainable Development ; Tuesday, June 19th ;1:15 – 2:45 pm ; Barra Arena - UN2

 Atelier de International Women’s Alliance (IWA) au Sommet des peuples

We would like to invite you and your organization to join us in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the Rio+20 Peoples’ Summit and participate in the workshop, “Women Resist Militarism and War ! Build a Sustainable Future for La Pachamama !”. The workshop, which is organized by IWA will be held on Saturday, 16 June, 4:30-6:30 p.m., at Tenda 21, Margarida Alves, Aterro do Flamengo.

The workshop will feature an audio-visual presentation and a panel of women from grassroots organizations coming from Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Latin America who will share their perspectives and experiences on the impact of militarism and resource wars on women’s lives and livelihoods and the sustainability of Mother Earth. There will also be opportunities to express solidarity and sisterhood for concrete responses of women’s resistance against militarism and wars and to building life-sustaining alternatives.

We enjoin you to add your voices to the growing number of women who are resisting the onslaught of imperialist aggression and uniting to build a sustainable future that upholds human rights, genuine peace and social justice.

For inquiries, please contact the following IWA focal persons for the Rio+20 People’s Summit side event : Azra Sayeed, Vice President for Internal Affairs (azra.sayeed gmail.com) and Maitet Ledesma, Deputy Secretary General (maitet.ledesma gmail.com)

 

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- Tous les articles sur le thème Egalité femmes hommes et gouvernance du développement durable

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