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GWI Update  17 February 2016                                                                                              click here for a printable version


    Participants from the Ghana Girls’ Choices workshop

— Graduate Women International news —
Good news for US taxpayers! GWI announces partnership with the New Spring Fund
Graduate Women International (GWI) is delighted to embark on a new partnership with the New Spring Fund, a US 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organisation that aims to support projects which involve the participation of individuals and communities in building resilience. GWI is working in partnership with the New Spring Fund on the Teachers for Rural Futures project. If you are a US taxpayer and would like to support the training of women teachers in Uganda, you can make a tax-deductible donation here.

— GWI member news —

Ghana Association of University Women (GAUW) runs successful Girls’ Choices workshops in Ghana
As part of the GWI Girls’ Choices Project in Ghana, the GWI national member, the Ghana Association of University Women (GAUW), organised a ‘Gender Education and Leadership for Girls’ workshop. Twenty-five girls from St. Anthony’s Junior High School, Akotokyir, participated enthusiastically, accompanied by two of their women school teachers and the head teacher of the school. The girls engaged in sessions designed to inspire confidence in themselves to make positive life choices in their education and future career choices. The main aim of the project is to empower girls with critical knowledge and skills to address the barriers that confront them, so that they will be able to complete their secondary education. For more details about Girls’ Choices and other GWI projects see here.

— Advocacy —
Child marriage on the rise in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region
Families who are most vulnerable often resort to marrying their daughters off earlier to ‘protect’ them from abuse – especially in areas where authorities are reluctant to do so. In other cases, families living in extreme poverty may give their daughters away to simply relieve themselves from having another mouth to feed. The consequences for the child are often irreparable. Childbirth complications remain one of the leading causes of death in the world among 15- to 19-year-old girls.  GWI advocates for access to lifelong quality of education for girls and women, which means addressing barriers to education such as early or forced marriage.  Read the full news report here.
— Call for nominations—

Women’s World Summit Foundation (WWSF) invites nominations for the Prize for Women’s Creativity in Rural Life’
The Women’s World Summit Foundation (WWSF) invites participation in the 2016 nomination process for the annual ‘Prize for Women’s Creativity in Rural Life’. The award aims to continue honour rural women leaders and groups for their creativity, courage and compassion to improve the quality of life in rural areas. Please note that the deadline is 30 April 2016 and that nominations must be sent via post. Email nominations are not accepted. For the nominations address and further details please see here.
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— Other information and events —

March 01 International Higher Education Forum 2016  London, UK
March 9 - 11 Future Sense- Universities Shaping the New Era Canberra, Australia
April 7- 8 Bricks and Clicks for Europe Galway, Ireland
June 24 - 25 Canadian Federation of University Women AGM Ontario, Canada
June 24 -27 University Women of Europe AGM and Conference Winchester, UK
July 21 - 23 3rd Network Gender and STEM Conference 2016   Newcastle, UK
August 08 -19 Women’s Human Rights Education Institute Intensive Toronto, Canada
November 28 -30 5th International Conference of Women’s Museums, Mexico City

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