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UN Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People 

VIRTUAL EVENT 

On the margins of CSW 

Women, Peace and Security and Beijing+25: Progress and Challenges for Women and Girls in Palestine 

Wednesday10 March 2021, 10.00 a.m. – 12.00 p.m. (NY Time) 

 

The UN Palestinian Rights Committee will organize the Virtual Event on the margins of the sixty-fifth session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) on “Women, Peace and Security and Beijing+25: Progress and Challenges for Women and Girls in Palestine” on 10 March 2021 from 10.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. (New York Time), via WebEx. The event will also be livestreamed on UN Web TV. 

The event will be organised as a panel conversation – moderated by Amb. Adela Raz, Vice-Chair of the Committee and Permanent Representative of Afghanistan to the UN – with three Palestinian women officials and civil society representatives, from different regions of the occupied Palestinian territory and across generations. Ms. Hind Khoury, former Palestinian Minister for Jerusalem and Ambassador to France; H.E. Amal JadouDeputy Minister of Foreign Affairs; and Ms. Nour Swirki, activist and journalist in Gaza, will shed light on the unique situation of Palestinian women under occupation as well as on their roles and actions within Palestinian society and institutions to end the occupation, while emphasizing ways for the international community to provide support, including through the CSW. 

Participants will consist of Committee Members/Observers and the Palestinian women panelists.

All Member States, intergovernmental and civil society organizations as well as the public and media will be invited to follow the event and pose questions. While participation in the virtual platform will be limited to UN Member and Observer States as well as the panellists, the general public can send their questions via the Committee Facebook pageTwitter account, the email dpr-meeting@un.org and WhatsApp (+1 646 421 0579). 

Viewers are encouraged to use the hashtags #Rights4Palestine and #GenerationEquality on their social media and to tag the Committee’s social media pages using Twitter & Instagram: @UNISPAL, Facebook: @UN.palestinianrights. 

 

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