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Panel — WOMEN IN PUBLIC LIFE PEACE PANEL Wednesday, March 9, 2016 4 West 43rd Street (off 5th Avenue) 11:00am – 1:00pm FREE

WOMEN IN PUBLIC LIFE PEACE PANEL
Wednesday, March 9, 2016IMG_8370
4 West 43rd Street (off 5th Avenue)
11:00am – 1:00pm
FREE
Women in Public Life is a leadership training program for women and men alike with the objective of empowering women and girls, preparing them for public life, and educating them on contemporary public affairs around the world.
Women’s participation and engagement in public affairs could have far reaching impact on reforming public administration including government, parliament, the judiciary, media, business, and nonprofit sectors. Increased representation of women in public institutions and decision-making bodies, and genuine aspirations of women all over the world are pivotal to changing the status of women in all societies.
CMPI is committed to addressing important issues facing women in society. Women in Public Life conference offers an opportunity to enhance personal leadership potential within a network of people dedicated to creating positive change for women in society.
Women in Public Life is a training program designed for high-achieving women with demonstrated leadership experience in the private, public, or non-profit sectors. In an era of information revolution, it is now more important than ever that all citizens including women and the marginalized and organizations develop effective strategies to convey their messages across different media platforms. For example, women speaking up against violence or discrimination can make all the difference in cultures that undermine female voices.
CONFERENCE OVERVIEW
One of the most precious, hard-won freedoms is the freedom to speak and publicly express our opinions. Among the voices now being heard around the world are those of women who were previously silent. It is a time for women who are knowledgeable about the media to share their experiences with women who are just beginning to find their public voices.
The workshop on Women and the Media with the theme: “Finding Your Public Voice” is designed to help women around the world tell their stories and share experiences with audiences far beyond their borders. Only by making their voices heard, advocating their causes, and expressing their opinions can women become full participants in society.
Effective communicating and messaging can be a cost-effective, long-lasting tool to prevent, mitigate, and resolve violent conflict. Specifically, the workshop will enable participants to develop effective media strategy for organizations including the ability to write good press releases; conduct public speeches/presentations; and hold press conferences, and face the press.
MARCH 9, 2016
Panel  Discussion         11:00 – 1:00pm
Nurturing the Culture of Peace and Nonviolence: The Women Edge
The discussion will focus on the culture of violence around the world and the role of women in peace building within our communities. The panel will field questions on different perspectives of conflict transformation and how women can become catalysts for peace.  How do they incorporate peace within the confines of their professional and personal lives?  Why is peace important? How does being a woman contribute to the perpetuation of peace?
Moderator:
Amelia Moore
Journalist, Author, Tv Personality & CEO, Buzz Builder BMC
Panelists:
Ms. Camille Edwards,
Vice President (News) ABC News, New York
Ms. Sharon Hamilton-Getz
Founder, Institute of International Social Development (IISD), New York, NY
Dr. Shireen Fernandez
Publisher, Society Choice Magazine New York, NY

ednesday, March 9, 2016
4 West 43rd Street (off 5th Avenue)
11:00am – 1:00pm
FREE
Women in Public Life is a leadership training program for women and men alike with the objective of empowering women and girls, preparing them for public life, and educating them on contemporary public affairs around the world.
Women’s participation and engagement in public affairs could have far reaching impact on reforming public administration including government, parliament, the judiciary, media, business, and nonprofit sectors. Increased representation of women in public institutions and decision-making bodies, and genuine aspirations of women all over the world are pivotal to changing the status of women in all societies.
CMPI is committed to addressing important issues facing women in society. Women in Public Life conference offers an opportunity to enhance personal leadership potential within a network of people dedicated to creating positive change for women in society.
Women in Public Life is a training program designed for high-achieving women with demonstrated leadership experience in the private, public, or non-profit sectors. In an era of information revolution, it is now more important than ever that all citizens including women and the marginalized and organizations develop effective strategies to convey their messages across different media platforms. For example, women speaking up against violence or discrimination can make all the difference in cultures that undermine female voices.
CONFERENCE OVERVIEW
One of the most precious, hard-won freedoms is the freedom to speak and publicly express our opinions. Among the voices now being heard around the world are those of women who were previously silent. It is a time for women who are knowledgeable about the media to share their experiences with women who are just beginning to find their public voices.
The workshop on Women and the Media with the theme: “Finding Your Public Voice” is designed to help women around the world tell their stories and share experiences with audiences far beyond their borders. Only by making their voices heard, advocating their causes, and expressing their opinions can women become full participants in society.
Effective communicating and messaging can be a cost-effective, long-lasting tool to prevent, mitigate, and resolve violent conflict. Specifically, the workshop will enable participants to develop effective media strategy for organizations including the ability to write good press releases; conduct public speeches/presentations; and hold press conferences, and face the press.
MARCH 9, 2016
Panel  Discussion         11:00 – 1:00pm
Nurturing the Culture of Peace and Nonviolence: The Women Edge
The discussion will focus on the culture of violence around the world and the role of women in peace building within our communities. The panel will field questions on different perspectives of conflict transformation and how women can become catalysts for peace.  How do they incorporate peace within the confines of their professional and personal lives?  Why is peace important? How does being a woman contribute to the perpetuation of peace?
Moderator:
Amelia Moore
Journalist, Author, Tv Personality & CEO, Buzz Builder BMC
Panelists:
Ms. Camille Edwards,
Vice President (News) ABC News, New York
Ms. Sharon Hamilton-Getz
Founder, Institute of International Social Development (IISD), New York, NY
Dr. Shireen Fernandez
Publisher, Society Choice Magazine New York, NY
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March 9, 2016 - Posted by | BUSINESS

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