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Women and the SDGs: Partner Perspectives

Please join Plan International USA and the Woodrow Wilson Center for a practical discussion on how various partners can and should work together to move the SDG needle for women and girls.

Date & Time

Tuesday
Aug. 9, 2016
4:00pm – 6:00pm ET

Location

6th Floor, Woodrow Wilson Center
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Overview

Please join Plan International USA and the Woodrow Wilson Center for a practical discussion on how various partners can and should work together to move the SDG needle for women and girls. The panelists will share their perspectives and the challenges they face, and discuss what the SDGs really mean for women globally. To enhance the conversation, 26 women leaders from 18 countries participating in Plan's Global Women in Management program will also be in attendance to share their views from the field.

The discussion will be from 4-5pm, with a reception to follow from 5-6pm.

Panelists include:

Tony Pipa, Chief Strategy Officer, USAID

Natalie Co, Senior Manager, Accenture Development Partnerships

Roger-Mark de Souza, Director, Population, Environmental Security, and Resilience, Woodrow Wilson Center

Xolile Manyoni, Project Coordinator/Co-founder, Sinamandla, South Africa (Global Women in Management participant, Plan USA)

Moderator

Ann Hudock
Senior Vice President for International Programs, Plan International USA

Hosted By

Global Women's Leadership Initiative

The Global Women’s Leadership Initiative has hosted the Women in Public Service Project at the Wilson Center since June, 2012. The Women in Public Service Project will accelerate global progress towards women’s equal participation in policy and political leadership to create more dynamic and inclusive institutions that leverage the full potential of the world’s population to change the way global solutions are forged.  Read more

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