Commonwealth Conference enters third day

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The third session discussion has been on how women can be empowered effectively as parliamentary legislators in the 21st century.

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64TH COMMONWEALTH PARLIMENTARY CONFERENCE


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 HELLO EVERYONE!

Hello and welcome everyone. Hoping today finds you well. The 64th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, which is running from September 22 until September 29, is in its third day running. All eyes on Munyonyo, the venue.

 

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Today, the Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians (CWP) are expected to vote new leaders later this afternoon as they celebrate 39 years of existence under the Commonwealth.

Their conference kicked off Monday, which was the second day of the conference but at the same time the first day proper of the real business.

The CWP conference is themed Achievements and unfinished business - Looking forward to the next 30 years.

The third session discussion has been on how women can be empowered effectively as parliamentary legislators in the 21st century.

Dr. Esther Mcheja Chilenje from the Malawi Parliament believes new women leaders need to be empowered to push the women agenda.


Pakistani MP Shahien Saifillen advocateD for women with disability.


Lisa Cameron, an MP from the UK, added her voice to empowering women with disability.



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