• Women@TheTable

     

    Because a woman's place is at the decision-making table.

    in governance. in the economy. in technology.

    in sustainability. in peace.

     

  • Make gender visible on the global stage.

     

     

     

    Make gender a discussion point

    in the larger mainstream debate

    on the economy, governance, technology, sustainability,
    and peace.

     

    Create spaces on mainstream platforms.


     


     

    Invent new platforms

    for women to be visible,

    have their voices heard,

    and have influence.

  • Women@theTable

    w@tt

    the beginning

    Women@theTable, w@tt, was conceived in 2014 after an inspiring and searing encounter with Julienne Lusenge who was leading a delegation of extraordinary women from the Democratic Republic of Congo to the Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict in London. Julienne explained that generally you need to be a man with a gun to be invited to talk about peace, and that women are rarely invited to the peace-making table.

    back in Geneva

    The Oak Foundation signaled its support to try a new approach for a movement building group to propel extraordinary women onto their rightful place and the gender agenda more firmly unto the global stage.

    an association

    In 2015, Women@theTable officially became an Association under Swiss Law with the purpose to help more women have more amplified voices, more seats, and more influence at decision-making tables wherever those decision-making tables may be.

    our mission

    We work vertically (from the grassroots to the tips - from the market lady to the central banker), and strategically across chosen sectors (governance, the economy, technology, sustainability, peace, and we hope soon, sport) bringing voices where few are heard or have influence, building new platforms, and knitting together new coalitions for change.

    the first initiative

    w@tt approached the US Mission to host a Salon Series to discuss various issues in this space. The Salons, which became a tremendous success, were curated to gather high level actors with a broad spectrum of portfolios to strategize and move more women to the table.

    and first Salon

    Our first Salon, March 2015, in participation with The Future She Deserves, an initiative of the US Mission, curated and moderated by w@tt ED Caitlin Kraft-Buchman dealt with Women’s Leadership. The Salon addressed the catalytic question: What are the barriers to women having visibility and influence in corridors of power from the grassroots to the top of International Geneva?

     

    Salon goers, Ambassadors from New Zealand, Chile, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Belgium, Denmark, the EU; DCMs from Canada, Spain, Tanzania, The Netherlands, Sweden; Directors from ICRC, UNOG, UNHCR, UNECE, WFF, GCERF, IPU, WMO, WIPO, WHO and other Geneva organizations; as well as Geneva civil society represented by the Oak Foundation, Womanity Foundation, and Geneva Call, dove into conversation. Rapporteurs read out each table’s insights and it became clear that there was interest and will in creating some sort of Champion group. Immediately afterwards the Directors from UNOG who attended the Salon called to say that the Director-General would be interested in a Champion network, and so the International Geneva Gender Champions began with its three founders the Director-General of United Nations Office at Geneva Michael Møller; Ambassador Pamela Hamamoto US Permanent Representative to the United Nations and other International Organizations; and Caitlin Kraft-Buchman Executive Director of Women@theTable.

    becomes the International Gender Champions

    International Geneva Gender Champions held its announcement launch July 1, 2015 at the Palais des Nations with over 30 Ambassadors and Heads of International Organizations. As of January 2017 we numbered 122 Ambassadors, Heads of International Organizations, NGOs, and CEOs based in Geneva. As of May 2017 number 189 including a growing number of Alumni. A New York group soft launched October 2016 in preparation for a hard launch at CSW in New York March 2017 where the new Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, signed on (again as he was one of our first Champions in Geneva as High Commissioner of Refugees).

     

    We changed our name to International Gender Champions – Geneva to ably include New York (International Gender Champions – New York), and our anticipated expansion to other cities and sectors in 2017, including International Gender Champions- Bonn-Berlin, and International Gender Champions - Vienna.

     

    We have begun to effect great change in the conversation about Gender in Geneva, the composition of panels, work on balanced delegations, how to effect systemic change, and at the very least upped the profile of deserving and brilliant women in Geneva for whom a place was made at the panel table due to the initiative.

    w@tt ...

    Women@theTable is intimately involved in the strategic thrust and growth of International Gender Champions, however its core work is on the suite of w@tt pillars on governance, the economy, technology, sustainability, peace, and in 2017: sport, and w@tt’s ‘agency’ rock star feminists. All parts which intersect, harmonize, and interact to make a whole greater than the sum of its parts for platforms, visibility and influence for feminists and humanists.

  • w@tt's up

     women@thetable

  • INTERNATIONAL

    GENDER CHAMPIONS

     

    International Gender Champions is a leadership network that brings together male & female decision-makers to break down gender barriers.

     

    An initiative co-founded by the

    Director-General of the United Nations Office in Geneva,

    the Ambassador of the US Mission to the United Nations in Geneva,

    and Women@TheTable.

     

     

  • women@thetable = w@tt

     

     equal numbers of dynamic, progressive women at the decision-making table

    = a unit of power, energy flow per unit time, something that needs to be harnessed in order to be released in its most potent form. 

     

    Our Mission

    Support, Propel

    Coalesce & Scale

     

    leaders who articulate the need

    for equal numbers of women @decision-making tables

    wherever the metaphorical table may be.

    Our Vision

    galvanize the voices of humanists, particularly women so that women's voices & their unique points of view are heard, and acted upon in the corridors of power.

    Create more platforms. Fuel more conversations. Make a movement.

    This is the moment to move the needle.

     

    We need to join forces

    to coalesce & scale achievable goals of 

    equal numbers of women and men  @decision-making tables everywhere.

  • getting there from here

    propel: established, but heretofore largely unknown, leaders, and emerging leaders to receive strategic communications support, contacts, and connections to the global stage.

     

    support: media training & coaching for print, video, social

    + conferences/summits. Ongoing tactical & strategic support, coaching, mentorship & network beyond and past initial training

     

    platform: existing networks in business, government, technology, sustainability + peace. Connect networks from the local to the global, within themselves,

    and with other movements + activists.

    Create larger networks beyond the networks currently active. Find new partners, new advocates, new alliances

     

    converse: start conversations in places where there have been none.

    Add new, add diverse + multi- disciplinary voices to reinvigorate the conversation that exists. Make the local conversation global, and the global conversation robust, urgent and vibrant.

     

    coalesce: weave conversations together, unite for a common end, begin to interact on other networks' agendas, collaborate, make networks whole, be a movement.

    objectives. outcomes. impact.

    objectives

    Stimulate + nurture conversations adding more innovative women's voices in new spaces vertically within disciplines and horizontally across conversations.

     

    Identify key emerging and established FEMALE + MALE leaders whose vision needs to be amplified and supported through a strategic messaging process.

     

     

    outcome

    Tacticians who are focussed and armed with high-level strategic outreach

    to media, governments, funders + conferences.

     

    More dynamic and actionable communications and conversations that include robust and stimulating gender dimensions.

     

    impact

    A larger global platform in the public space,

    and more frequent + vibrant conversations about equal numbers of women everywhere at decision-making tables in social, economic, and political spheres.

     

  • Events 2017

    Some activities. Join us!

    24 January

    New York! International Gender Champions- New York Focal Point Meeting

    Breakfast @ the Swiss Mission

    2 February

    Geneva! International Gender Champions-Geneva Focal Point Meeting

    Palais des Nations, Room XXV, UNOG

    7 February

    IGC Commitment Clinic

    In Person - w@tt offices Maison de la Paix

    On Line - via skype w@tt 3-5pm CET

    21 February

    IGC Commitment Clinic

    In Person - w@tt offices Maison de la Paix

    On Line - via skype w@tt 3-5pm CET

    23 February

    IGC Gathering for Focal Points

    In Person - w@tt offices Maison de la Paix

    On Line - via skype w@tt 3-5pm CET

    1 March

    Reception International Gender Champions

    greet the women leaders of the Breakthrough Barriers Summit

     

    KEYNOTE:

    H.E. Margot Wallström,

    Minister for Foreign Affairs, Sweden

     

    'What Difference Does a Feminist Foreign Policy Make?'

     

    5 - 7:30 pm

    WIPO

    2 March

    Breakthrough Barriers Summit

     

    Sitting women leaders from around the world discuss accelerating gender equality in private roundtables

     

    9am - 5pm Graduate Institute

    2 March

    Breakthrough Barriers Summit

     

    Public Event

    A gender reality check in global leadership

     

    Joyce Banda, former President of Malawi

    Hina Jilani, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan

    Melanne Verveer, former US Ambassador Global Women's Issues

     

    Graduate Institute Geneva,

    Pictet Auditorium

    6 - 7:30pm

    8 March

    International Women's Day events with

    International Gender Champions, UNOG, & Switzerland with International Sporting Federations

     

    20 March

    Launch of

    International Gender Champions-New York !

     

    With Special Guest:

    UN Secretary-General António Guterres

     

    Ambassador Jürg Lauber, Switzerland

    Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, UN Women

    Azadeh Khalili, NYC Commission on Gender Equity

    Caitlin Kraft-Buchman, Women@theTable

    30 March

    President Michelle Bachelet of Chile

    becomes an Honorary Gender Champion

     

     

    hosted by Canton de Genève

     

    4 April

    Gender Responsive Standards Convening

     

     

    10 - 1630

    UNECE hosted by ITC

     

    4 April

    Women in Science:

    Break the Cliché

     

    Ambassador Elisabeth Laurin, France

    Fabiola Gianotti - Director-General, CERN

    Elena Manaekova - Deputy Director General, WMO

    Dame Julia Slingo, Chief Scientist, MET Office, UK

    and

     

    Doreen Bogdan-Martin, ITU

    Nicola Spaldin, ETHZ

    Fiona Tummon, ETHZ.

    Pierre Vandergheynst, Director of Education, EPFL

     

    Moderator:

    Caitlin Kraft-Buchman,

    Women@theTable

     

    WMO Salle Obasi

    14 - 16:00

    Hosted by the French Mission

     

    10 May

    Gender Responsive Standards

    Web Ex Follow up

     

    Organized by UNECE

     

    16 May

    Brown Bag Breakfast: Single-Sex Panel Language

     

     

    When a Champion is asked to participate in a panel, IGC recommends that the Champion's office include correspondence to the organisers letting them know that the Champion has taken the IGC Panel Parity Pledge & requesting that organisers consider the gender balance of the panel.

    Sometimes champions turn up to find that panels are single-sex.

     

    What's the appropriate communication piece for Champions to use when they find themselves in such situations.

     

     

    8:30 - 10am (breakfast will be served)

    Women@TheTable offices, Maison de la Paix

    18 May

    Roundtable Lunch: Strengthening Gender Responsive Language in International Fora

     

    Special Guests:

    Dr. Jannie Lilja, Swedish Mission to the UN Geneva

    Veronica Birga,

    Chief Women's Human Rights + Gender Section, Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

     

     

    How can we support our champions in advocating for strong gender responsive language?

     

    Review gender responsive language aimed at promoting equality and women's empowerment in international fora.

    This is a particularly timely event given the number of Governing Bodies meetings taking place in May and June

     

    This roundtable is particularly for those whose champions have made commitments that reference the need to strengthen the language they use in resolutions, statements and other negotiated documents.

     

     

     

    12:30 - 14:00 (sandwiches served @ 12:00)

    Women@TheTable offices,

    Maison de la Paix

     

    23 May

     

    Spring IGC Focal Point Meeting - Geneva


    10 - 10:45 With Communications Teams

    Sharing information, Blasting the Network

     

    10:45 - 11:00

    Focal Points

    What's Happening ?

    Wisdom from the Network

    Palais des Nations,

    Room XXV

    Building E, Door 40

     

    30 May

     

    IGC Change Management Impact Group : Towards Gender-Responsive Change Management

     

    with Tinna Nielsen, Anthropologist, Founder Move the Elephant.

     

    Guest Speakers:

    Jan Beagle, Deputy Executive Director, UNAIDS

    Caitlin Kraft-Buchman, Women@theTable

     

    What are the barriers? What's holding us back from gender parity?

    Discussion and solutions.

     

    For Human Resources professionals, change management and gender focal points across the IGC network

     

     

    Co-Chairs: UK Mission & UNAIDS

    Venue: UN AIDS,

    Kofi Annan Room

     

    11:00 - 15:30

     

    30 May

    IGC CHAMPIONS

    Mid Term Review

     

    The Champions twice yearly meeting.

     

    Bringing strong solutions that are working

     

    And obstacles that are difficult

     

    For discussion.

     

    Champions Only

     

    17:30 - 19:30

    Venue: Palais

     

    31 May

    UN Environment Launch

    Global Gender & Environment Outlook

     

    Jan DUSIK, Director, Europe Office, UN Environment

    Joni SEAGER, author Global Gender Outlook, Chair Global Studies Department Bentley University, Boston

    Elena VILLALOBOS PRATS, Climate Change and Health, World Health Organization

    Sarah LEUGERS, Gold Standard

    Seline MEIJER, People in Nature (PiN) initiative, IUCN 

     

    Moderator:

    Caitlin Kraft-Buchman, Women@theTable

     

     

     

    Breakfast.

    8:30 -10

    in the sunshine

    Maison de la Paix

    in front of Women@theTable offices

     

    RSVP:

    http://www.genevaenvironmentnetwork.org/?q=fr/events/gender-and-environment-breakfast

     

    5 & 6 June

    Advocacy Training

     

    Youth Forum

     

    What's an elevator pitch?

    How to tell your story effectively.

     

    Women@theTable workshops for the Youth Forum leaders gathered to advocate at the 35th Session of the Human Rights Council

     

    15:30 - 17:30

    5 June: Servette

    6 June: CAGI

     

    12 June

    State of the World's Fathers 2017 Report Launch

     

    Special Guest:

    Gary Barker,

    CEO/ Promundo

     

    Engaging Men & Boys Interactive Advocacy Panel & Session with feminist & men & boys activists in advance of the Engaging Men & Boys Resolution at the Unman Rights Council.

     

    10am - 12:30

    Graduate Institute

     

    14 June

    Ensuring Equal Representation Event

    Human Rights Council Side Event

     

    International Gender Champions

    Representation Impact Group

     

    Champions & Activists.

    Watch this space.

     

    14.00 - 15.30

    Palais des Nations,

    Room XIV, Cinema room (A-building, floor 1)

     

  • Partnerships & Collaborations 2017

    Women@TheTable is honored to be collaborating with some trailblazing organizations, and their exceptional members & grantees in 2017 including...

    The Oak Foundation

    Issues Affecting Women Programme

    Oak: building a strong and vibrant movement of women who are empowered individually and collectively to challenge patriarchal norms and tackle the root causes of inequality.

    International Gender Champions

    Geneva, New York, Bonn-Berlin, Vienna

    A leadership network that brings together female & male decision-makers to break down gender barriers for system change.

    Breakthrough Barriers

    Women in the Public Sphere

    A co-production with the Women in Public Service Project of the Wilson Center. 2017 saw us bring together sitting women in the executive, judiciary, and legislature for a unique global gathering in Geneva.

    World YWCA

    Youth Forum @the Human Rights Council

    Working together with the amazing youth leaders gathered in Geneva to advocate at the Human Rights Council.

    Republique et Canton de Genève

    post tenebras lux

    w@tt is grateful for the support of the Republique et Canton de Genève.

    Fondation Hirondelle

    Wamama Tujenge

    Hirondelle - Media for Peace & Human Dignity - and Kandindi are our producing partners in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo on Wamama Tujenge, Les Femmes Construisons la Paix,

    Women Bringing Peace.

    Media Matters For Women (MMW)

    Wamama Tujenge

    MMW: at the forefront of harnessing Bluetooth technology to address the unmet information needs of women and girls

    in rural Africa, our partner producing Wamama Tujenge and bringing these stories of extraordinary women to the last mile !

    UN Environment

    Gender & Environment

    Launch of UN Environment's  

    Global Gender and Environment Outlook

    during World Environment Day celebrations in Geneva

     

    #SheTrades

    Women & Trade, International Trade Centre (ITC)

    bringing one million women entrepreneurs to market by 2020.

    UNECE

    Economic Commission for Europe

    Initiative for gender-responsive standards.

    foraus

    Forum Aussenpolitik, a grassroots think tank

    foraus (Swiss Forum on Foreign Policy) generates independent, high quality recommendations for Swiss foreign policy decision makers and the public, thereby bridging the gap between academia and politics. w@tt is pleased to be a partner in their new gender research initiative.

    Women in Global Health

    Increasing the visibility and recognition of women’s contributions to global health and achieving gender equality in global health leadership.

  • 2016

    Pleased to share some of last year's events with you here:

    2 February

    Geneva Gender Champions:

    Working Group to Plan for 2016

    4 February

    Salon Series:

    Men & Boys, Women & Girls:

    Preventing Gender-Based Violence

    w/ Special Guest Nazir Afzal OBE

    22 - 26 February

    Geneva Gender Champions:

    Double XX Economy & Saïd Business School Interviews w/

    Champions + Focal Points

    7 & 8 March

    International Women's Day

    including

    GGC @ the UNOG Library

    on Unconscious Bias

     

     

    6, 14, 19, 27 April

    Geneva Gender Champions Impact Groups:

    • 6:     Talent Development    Chair: WHO & WIPO  @WIPO
    • 14: UN SWAP & HR                         Chair: UNOG & OHCHR 
    • 19:   Delegations & Panels  Chair: ITU  @ITU
    • 27:   International Fora      Chair: France   @Palais

     

     

    22 April

    Brown Bag Impact #1:

    co-hosted at the GCSP

     

    The impact of women’s rights work: the impossible (?) task of charting progress from grass roots to the international level.

    Experiences and exasperations of a foreign policy official.

    Lunch with Chris Lomax /

    UK Mission

     

    27 April

    Tech Assembly:

    Visions of the Future from Women Technologists

    The Greek Theatre, La Grande Boissière, International School of Geneva

    27 April

    Geneva Gender Champions:

    Focal Point Working Group Meeting, @UNOG

    17 May

    Geneva Gender Champions:

    Champion Mid Term Review

    with Guest Panelists:

    Peter Maurer, President, International Committee of the Red Cross

    Martin Chungong, Secretary-General, Inter-Parliamentary Union

    Janet Voûte, Global Head of Public Affairs, Nestlé

     

    and Mid Term Remarks:

    Ambassador Pamela Hamamoto, US Mission to UNOG

    Caitlin Kraft-Buchman, Founder, Women@TheTable

    Michael Møller, Director-General,

    United Nations Office in Geneva

    20 May

    Brown Bag Impact #2:

    co-hosted at the GCSP

      

    How do we break down gender barriers in the international arena?

    Practical steps for Member States and UN entities to move the gender agenda forward at upcoming intergovernmental meetings.

    Lunch with Meg Riggs, US Mission

    & Saori Terada, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights

     

    7 June

    Leadership Presence: What does it Take ?

    a extraordinary workshop led by Professor Ginka Toegel of IMD

    for the Geneva Gender Champions Impact Group on Talent Development

    hosted @ WIPO

    16 June

    Gender Equality Extravaganza:

    a side event at the Human Rights Council

     

    w/ the Geneva Gender Champions, the Power of Empowered Women, the Barbershop,

    Breaking the Silence actors Katrina Syran & Femi Elofowoju jr,

    Baroness Joyce Anelay, UK Minister of State,

    High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein,

    YWCA Youth Delegation from Canada/Ghana, Myanmar, Brazil and Zimbabwe

    Ambassador Julian Braithwaite, UK

    Ambassador Yvette Stevens, Sierre Leone

    Ambassador Martin Elyofsson, Iceland

    Ambassador Pamela Hamamoto, US

    Ambassador Suraya Dalil, Afghanistan

    Secretary General Martin Chungong, Inter-Parliamentary Union

    Ambassador for Women & Girls Natasha Stott Despoja, Australia

    28 June

    Brown Bag Impact #3:

    co-hosted by the GCSP

     

    Commitments 2.0

    Looking forward

    What’s working? What’s not? Why not? What’s been most promising?

    How do we make the next round truly S.M.A.R.T. and how do we maximize our efforts to put gender consistently on the international agenda.

    Join us with members of the GGC Steering Committee in intimate conversation and our famous sandwiches.

     

    Open to both Champions & Focal Points

    14 July

    .

    Geneva Gender Champions: Focal Point Meeting

    Commitments 2.0:

    Looking forward to our new evaluation tool & October's

    1- year review @UNOG

     

    1 September

    Geneva Gender Champions:

    Salon for Focal Point

    & Reception

     

    Rentrée & Thank You

    Hosted by US Mission

    September

    Great Lakes Radio launch:

     

    Wamama Tujenge:

    Femmes Construisons

    Paix. Stabilité. Société

     

    Kinshasa

    13 September

    Geneva Gender Champions Impact Group:

    Delegations

    How can we incentivize

    capitols to send gender-balanced delegations to achieve our long-term equality, long-term innovation, and sustainability goals?

    Chair: ITU

    Lunch hosted by ITU

    5 September

    Geneva Gender Champions Impact Group:

    UN SWAP & Organizational Policies

    with Special Guest Champion Jan Beagle, Deputy Executive Director UN AIDS

    hosted at UN AIDS

    Co-Chairs: OHCHR & UNOG

    28 September

    WTO Public Forum:

    Women’s Economic Empowerment & Trade:

    Contributing to the Deliberations & Recommendations of the UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment

    with panelists:

    • Ambassador Yvette Stevens, Sierra Leone
    • Ambassador Daniel Blockert, Sweden
    • Linda Kromjong, Secretary General, International Organization of Employers
    • Jos Verbeek, World Bank Group
    • Vanessa Erogbogbo, Women & Trade Programme, International Trade Centre
    • Manuela Tomei, Conditions of Work and Employment Programme, International Labour Organization
    • Moderated by :   
    • Caitlin Kraft-Buchman, Women@theTable 
    • Katherine Hagen, Global Social Observatory
     

     

    6 October

    Geneva Gender Champions:

     

    Suffragette 

    Opening Remarks

    UNOG Director-General Michael Møller

    UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka.

     

    Screening followed by

    Women & politics: beyond the right to vote

    Panel:

    IPU Secretary-General Martin Chungong

    Ambassador Walid Doudech, Tunisia 

    Caitlin Kraft-Buchman, CEO/Founder Women@theTable

     

    Co-Hosted by GGC & Cine-ONU

    5 October

    Brown Bag #4

    CEDAW:

    How does it work? How do we use CEDAW recommendations to deepen our work?

    Special Guest: Patricia Schulz, Member UN CEDAW Committee

    Former Head of the Swiss Federal Office for Gender Equality

     

    Co-Hosted by Women@theTable & GCSP

    3 November

    Brown Bag #5

    The elusive Gender Audit*

    What is it? Why do we need it ? And how we can use it in our work in International Geneva?

     

    Special Guest: Sue Harris Rimmer, Visiting Fellow, Graduate Institute Gender Centre; Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Asia Pacific College of Diplomacy

     

    *Gender Audit, an assessment tool and process for organizations to use in identifying. staff perceptions of how gender issues are addressed in their programming portfolio and internal organizational processes.

     

    Co-Hosted by Women@theTable & GCSP

    With Support from the Permanent Mission of Australia

     

    http://www.womenatthetable.net/blog/second-brown-bag-elusive-gender-audit-w-sue-harris-rimmer

    2 November

    International Gender Champions Geneva:

    Champions One Year Anniversary Reception

    and Launch of First Annual Report

    at Palais de l'Athénée

    1 December

    Invested in Equality

     

    Men, Women, Masculinities, Gender Equality

    and Leadership in the 21st Century

     

    Inaugural Lecturer: Professor Michael Kimmel, Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities, Stonybrook University

     

    30 November - In partnership with Advance:

    Leadership in the 21st Century, Zürich

     

    1 December - In partnership with the US Mission:

    Lunchtime SALON on Men, Organizations, and Power

     

    1 December - In partnership with the Graduate Institute, the US Mission,

    United Nations Office at Geneva & W@tt

    Invested in Equality

    Keynote with Michael Kimmel

    Panelists:

    Roberto Azevêdo, Director-General, World Trade Organization

    Pamela Hamamoto, US Ambassador to the United Nations

    Michael Møller, Director-General, United Nations Office at Geneva

    Andrea Pedrazzini, CEO, Saatchi & Saatchi Switzerland

    8 December

    Brown Bag #6

    “Half the Equation: Why and How to Engage Men and Boys to Advance Gender Equality”

     

    A precondition for achieving gender equality requires us to create new ideas about gender, masculinity and healthy relationships.

    How are we currently engaging men and boys and what can we do to bring them into the movement?

     

    With Special Guest & Violence Prevention Expert Ms Lana Wells

    Associate Professor and the Brenda Strafford Chair in the Prevention of Domestic Violence at the Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary where she is leading Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence.

    With Support from the Permanent Mission of Canada

    February, April & June 2017

     

    Men & Masculinities Lecture Series:

    Invested in Equality

     

    • 22-23 February  
    • 26-28 April
    •  13-15 June

     

    March 1 & 2, 2017

     

    Breakthrough Barriers:

    Women in the Public Sphere

     

    co-produced by The Wilson Center's Women in Public Service Project & Women@theTable

     

    hosted by Graduate Institute, Geneva

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  • Partnerships & Collaborations 2016

    Women@TheTable was thrilled to be collaborating with some trailblazing organizations, and their exceptional members & grantees in 2016, that included...

    International Gender Champions

    International Gender Champions 

    with UNOG,

    the US Mission, & w@tt

    powered by 120+ Champions

    from

    International Organizations,

    Permanent Missions &

    Civil Society

    The Salon Series

    Breakthrough Barriers:

    Women in the Public Sphere

    The Oak Foundation

    Issues Affecting Women

    Wamama Tujenge:

    Great Lakes Radio Pilot

    with Fonds Femmes Congolaises &

    Media Matters for Women

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  • 2015 Collaborations

    Women@TheTable was honored to collaborate with some of these organizations,

    and their exceptional members & grantees in 2015 our first year of operation.

    2015     WILPF:

    Women Stop War

    Video & DIY Storycorps

    in The Hague

    2015 Trailblazers' Summit & WVEF: Women Vendors' Exhibition & Forum

    Conference in São Paolo

    2015     Peace in a Time of Hatred:

    UNSCR 1325

    Forum to celebrate the 15th anniversary of SCR 1325

    2015   Les femmes de RDC:

     

    Fonds Femmes Congolaises

    2015      ITC: 

    1st international forum on women in business

     

     Fostering Innovation, Internationalization And Scale Of Women-Owned Businesses

    Nairobi   14 December

    2015      Interpeace:

    women

    constitution

    makers project:

     

    Voices of The Founders

    2015

    The Salon Series

    in partnership with

    The Future She Deserves:

    • Women & Leadership (birth of Geneva Gender Champions idea)
    • Adolescent Girls' Health
    • Launch of Women, Business & The Law in conjunction                 w/ World Bank Group
    • Girl Be Heard, The Whole Girl

    2015

    Geneva Gender Champions:

    Co-Founded w/ UNOG + US Mission

    July 1 Launch

    October 1 Commitments from Champions

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