CSW Fellows Status Report:
WomenNC’s Student Fellowship Team has been busy preparing their final presentations, embarked for New York on March 8th , and is now fully engaged with 6000+ global citizens at the United Nations 58th Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). They began their week at the NGO Consultation Day, Sunday, March 9th and will attend countless NGO & Governmental Sessions and receptions over the week.
WomenNC’s 2014 Fellows CSW Panel Presentation will be featured TODAY, Tuesday, March 11, 8:30 to 10:00am, at the Church Center, across from UN Plaza; they expect a packed house!
For daily updates – track our Fellows CSW-Conversation in New York at http://womennc.blogspot.com/
Click Here for: An Inspiring Evening-in-Review – February 20, 2014 WomenNC’s Fellowship Dinner Forum – A new venue, a new format &Special Guest Eleanor Smeal!
Upcoming Events & Notices:
- The 2014 Fellows’ PowerPoint presentations and research papers will be posted on WomenNC’s 2014 Fellowship web-page in mid-March, followed by their CSW Reflections Presentations.
- Save-the-Date – 7-9pm April 15, 2014 for WomenNC’s U.N. Fellowship Reflections Symposium, at UNC’s Fed-Ex Global Education Center – one of many opportunities to hear the Fellows’ enthusiastic reflections of their U.N. experience and plan to bring Global-to-Local ideas to North Carolina. WomenNC is partnering with UNA West-Triangle who will be awarding winners of a U.N. contest for High School Students.
Look for schedule details about this event & others, in upcoming eblasts & www.WomenNC.org
For Summary Info about WomenNC or to get Involved:
- Click on WomenNC 2014 Overview Trifold Brochure, summarizing our focus and programs.
- Peruse WomenNC Fellowship Alumni_Status Report 2010-2013, highlighting our 18 Fellowship Alums’ background, research, and current work & activities; as they continue to expand WomenNC’s community impact.
- If you’re interested in joining the team of WomenNC committee volunteers, contact us at email@example.com. We’re always looking for fresh ideas, diverse backgrounds and passionate people to extend . . . our vision to raise a generation that honors women’s human rights.