Women in Parliament Global Forum

27-29 November 2013: Women in Parliament Global Forum

On 28 November 1893, the women of New Zealand became the first in the world to vote in a national election.

To mark this milestone, the Women in Parliaments (WIP) Global Forum is meeting from on 27-29 November 2013 in Brussels (Belgium), hosted by the European Parliament. High-level politicians from all around the world, Nobel Prize winners, activists and opinion leaders will discuss how female leadership can bring change to politics and society.


The Forum is webcast live [ http://www.europarl.europa.eu/ep-live/en/other-events/schedule?start-date=27-11-2013&end-date=29-11-2013 ] here on:

27 November from 10.58-11.19, 14.30-16.30, 16:45-18:30 CET

28 November from 08:40-10:15, 11.30-12.45, 16.30-17.00 CET

29 November from 09.00-12.00 CET.


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Important policy documents are: Lisbon TreatyEurope 2020 – Youth on the Move Flagship and the European Youth Pact

Youth Policy is an attempt to direct different aspects and services that are important for young people, click here to stay in touch with what is going in Youth Policy at a European level. The European Youth Parliament gives space for young Europeans to debate and discuss politics.

You can also visit the European Youth Portal and ERYICA