On 17 June 2019 the symposium “For Shared Governance” will take place in the National Assembly forum in Paris: In order to take stock of the commitment made and to think together (men and women, civil society, the world of work, public authorities) about the prospects for joint action based on trust and individual responsibility; and on the benefits of governance that is truly shared, for a peaceful, open and inclusive society.
The #W202019 Final Communiqué contains 7 recommendations from the Women 20 Summit in Tokyo for the promotion of gender equality in G20 countries. The W20 recommendations are taken into account by the G20 in its various works and contribute to the evolution of public policy.
The delegates of Women 20 gathered in Paris at the invitation of the French delegation #JamaisSansElles. Jean-Michel Blanquer and Henri Verdier participated in an open discussion with the delegates and the Japanese delegation.
On the occasion the Internet Governance Forum, hosted annually by the United Nations General Secretariat, #JamaisSansElles has co-organized a workshop dedicated to gender diversity, democratic participation and inclusion in the cyberspace.
The final declaration of the #G20Summit held in Buenos Aires, which is based on a consensus, has followed many of the W20’s recommendations and includes an article dedicated to gender equality.
Open Forum organized by Ministry of Internal affairs and Communications (MIC) Japan and Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs France. Étienne Parizot, astrophysicist and university professor in Paris and Natacha Quester-Séméon, entrepreneur, spokesperson and founding members of the movement #JamaisSansElles, Head of Delegation for France of the Women 20 Summit in Buenos Aires.
The Women20 G20 engagement group brings together the expertise of women’s organisations from civil society and women entrepreneurs from around the world. Our association, #JamaisSansElles, is one of the five French delegates in the W20 group.