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Canarian and African women parliamentarians will work to ensure that companies headed by women are hired in public contracts. At the close of the First Meeting of Canarian and African Women Parliamentarians (EPCA in Spanish), Patricia Hernandez...
The Member of the National Assembly of Senegal, Ouleye Diaou, demands that women should have a greater role in positions of responsibility. Representatives from Tunisia, Gambia, Mauritania and Algeria stress the importance of women as agents of...
Today and tomorrow, the regional parliament is welcoming the ‘1st Meeting of Canarian and African Parliamentarians’, which on Wednesday will close in the Casa Africa building. Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega said that the aim of the...
The first day of the Meeting of Canarian and African Women Parliamentarians ends with two work panels on women’s experiences of successful leadership in African parliaments and the gender agenda in them. Maria Elena Luis Dominguez states that...
The 1st Meeting of Canarian and African Women Parliamentarians is being organised by the Canary Islands Parliament and the Women for Africa Foundation (Mujeres por África), with the collaboration of Casa Africa.
Madrid, 27th April, 2016. The president of CRUE, Mr Segundo Píriz, and the president of Women for Africa (Mujeres por África, MxA), Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega, signed a specific collaboration agreement this morning that extends...
This initiative, organised by Women for Africa (Mujeres por África) in collaboration with Yale University and supported by Santander Bank through Santander Universities, comes to a close with a series of interviews with personalities in...
Women for Africa (MxA) is celebrating the Year of Cervantes with this initiative aimed at African women who write in Spanish. There are two first prizes of 2,500 euros in the categories of narrative and research work. The contest is part of a...
New Haven, April 15th 2016. A year ago, ten political leaders of five African countries launched in Yale a space for discussion to deepen global issues and think about leadership, improving governance and the need to strengthen our democracies from...
“Planet 50-50: step it up for gender equality” is the theme chosen this year by the UN
Madrid, 29th February, 2016. Green Voices was presented this morning in the Autonomous University of Madrid. This is a project that the Women for Africa Foundation is carrying out in collaboration with the academic institution and with the backing...
Presentation of the Women for Africa Foundation’s Green Voices project in collaboration with the Autonomous University of Madrid with the backing of Santander Bank through Santander Universidades. Fifteen Tanzanian women are coming to Madrid...