>Subject: [Actionla] Invitation to Participate in Global Women's Forum
>Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2001 12:18:45 EST
>Subj: Women's GlobalNet #180: Invitation to Global Women's Forum
>Date: 10/30/01 2:53:46 PM Pacific Standard Time
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>INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE IN GLOBAL WOMEN'S FORUM
>IWTC� has received the following letter, addressed to all readers of the
>IWTC Women's GlobalNet.
>Dear Readers of IWTC Women's GlobalNet:
>We would like to extend a special invitation to all of you to
>participate in the upcoming Association for Women's Rights in
>Development (AWID) Forum in Guadalajara, Mexico, 3-6 October, 2002 -
>"Reinventing Gloablization" - designed to be the most international and
>diverse forum yet.
>The AWID Forum is now the largest recurring conference on gender and
>development in the world, outside of the UN system.� It is a unique
>opportunity for the global women's movement to assess their successes
>and failures and forge new strategies. At the forum you will meet with
>leading and committed gender activists, policy makers and academics.�
>You will be part of a process that seeks to identify and address the
>most relevant issues of the day.
>The International Planning Committee of AWID, consisting of renowned
>feminists from around the world, is now soliciting proposals for
>participation at the 2002 Forum. We are also actively seeking
>contributions from young women and men to present at the Forum, so
>please encourage students to submit a proposal. The deadline for
>submissions is December 31, 2001. We encourage you to visit our website
>at: <http://www.awid.org> which has the full details on the Call for
>Participation process, more information regarding AWID and exciting
>submissions from our members around the world.
>Information on the Call for Participation is available on the AWID
>website, where there are versions in English, French and Spanish. If you
>would like a copy of those languages for distribution, please let me
>know. If you have any questions about our upcoming Forum, the Call for
>Participation process or our programs in general, please do not hesitate
>to get in touch.
>We look forward to receiving your proposals and hope to see you in
>Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID)
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