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International - Event Notice
Thursday February 21 2013
06:30 PM

Michelle Bachelet on ‘Women in Development’ on 21 Feb in Dublin

category international | gender and sexuality | event notice author Tuesday February 19, 2013 11:45author by Events&Publicity Officer - Latin America Solidarity Centre (LASC) Report this post to the editors

LIVE webcast at 6:30pm GMT / 7:30pm CET on 21st February 2013

Michelle Bachelet, first ever Executive Director of UN Women and former President of Chile will speak at the Kapuscinski development lecture in Dublin on women's empowerment and role of gender equality in implementation of the current Millennium Development Goals as well as in the process of setting new, post 2015 global goals.

LIVE webcast at 6:30pm GMT / 7:30pm CET on 21st February 2013.

The lack of trust in leaders and the urgent challenges of poverty, inequality, conflict and climate change demand a new model of leadership and development. The 21st century is the time for inclusion and women’s full and equal participation. An effective post-2015 development agenda requires a focus on promoting human rights, ensuring public participation and tackling structural inequalities.

Date: 21st February 2013
Hour: 6:30pm GMT / 7:30pm CET - check time around the world:
Venue: University College Dublin, Clinton Hall

Get involved in the lecture! You can:

- come to the event, free access, but you need to register by 19 February:

- participate in discussion and ask your questions to Ms. Bachelet using #kapu in your tweets

- follow livestreaming at (you can set reminder) and live tweeting at


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