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GWI Update -  4 November 2015

GWI UPDATE - 4 November 2015

Participants from the GWI, FAWG and FNU workshop Communities for Action

Graduate Women International News

Graduate Women International (GWI) hosts Pacific Workshop, Communities for Action
On 29-31 October 2015, Graduate Women International (GWI) held a workshop with members from the Pacific region, the Fiji Association of
Women Graduates (FAWG), and Fiji National University (FNU) to work on building and engaging membership and increase their impact on girls' and women's education in their country. Members engaged actively in the three days, taking part in interactive sessions on membership, communications, partnerships, and GWI's Girls' Choices project. The workshop culminated in an action-planning session, which members will implement over the year ahead. A GWI member from Fiji commented, "I've been so inspired by the workshop and learnt a lot, particularly how to motivate members and be more active".

The Federation of Graduate Women of Russia co-hosts conference with Herzen State Pedagogical University
The theme of the conference which GWI’s Russian federation is co-hosting, in St sburg, Russia from 24-26 November 2015, is Management of the 21st Century, Anti-Crisis Strategies and Risk Management. The
Federation of Graduate Women of Russia, currently celebrating its 25-year anniversary, will host a round table discussion on Gender Aspects in Effective Management and Civil Society Development. Scientists, teachers, managers and post-graduate students are invited to participate, for details contact:

Universal Periodic Review (UPR) 23rd Session 2-23 November 2015
Every four and a half years, each of the
193 UN member states must undertake a national human rights examination - the Universal Periodic Review (UPR). As part of the review process, the state must compile a national report highlighting the country’s human rights situation to make sure that it is fulfilling its international human rights obligations. It is at this stage, while the national report is drafted, that civil society (including NFAs) can give input into the process, to highlight specific issues that can be integrated into the written NGO submission to the Office of the High Commission of Human Rights (OHCHR). More information is available here.

Grants and Proposals
Graduate Women International and the Hegg-Hoffet Fund
The Hegg-Hoffet Fund helps registered refugee graduate women to continue their professional work by paying for upgrade or language courses in their new country. Members of the National Federations and Associations can help this work in two ways, one of which is by directly contributing to the funds. The second way is by identifying women who are eligible to apply.  This might be by contacting women in their own area or by informing refugee agencies in their country of the possibility of funding.  It is vital that those who could benefit from our funds do apply and receive our support and encouragement as well as finance.
Details are on the GWI website.

Legacies in favour of GWI

As a non-profit, non-governmental organisation, GWI is sincerely grateful for all donations received from the wills of members and patrons, which make a significant difference in enabling advocacy activities and projects. By leaving a gift in your will to GWI, you are supporting the organisation to continue its mission to increase access to lifelong education for girls and women globally.

November 02 - 13 Universal Periodic Review (UPR) 23rd Session, Geneva, Switzerland
November 14 - 15 Finnish Academic Women’s Association (SANL) AGM, Kaunianien, Finland
November 23 - 26 GWI Board Meeting, Geneva, Switzerland
November 25 Tackling Youth Unemployment in Europe, Brussels, Belgium
November 25 - Dec 10 Center for Women’s Global Leadership 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence 2015 Campaign
November 26 -27 Feminism and Sustainable Development  Postgraduate University, Mexico
June 28 – July 1 (2016)     12th International Conference, ISTR, Stockholm, Sweden
August 21 -23 (2016)          GWI General Assembly, Cape Town, South Africa (members only)
August 24 -26 (2016)         GWI Triennial Conference, Cape Town, South Africa (open to the public)

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