Local elected women from Tunisia, Senegal, Bolivia, Lebanon, Nicaragua, Niger, Morocco and Palestine will participate to the international meeting of local elected women, which will take place at the Fundació Sa Nostra in Palma from 10-12 November. All mayoresses and councilors of Mallorca are also invited.
10 November: inaugural conference on “How to encourage the leadership and representation of women in local government through international cooperation” with the Mayor of Tunis (Tunisia), Souad Abderrahim, and the former mayor of Dakar (Senegal), Soham El Wardini.
- 1st round table about “The role of elected women’s networks at the local level” with examples of REFELA (Réseau des femmes élues locales d’Afrique), ACOBOL (Associación de concejalas de Bolivia) and Basqueskola Sarea (Basque Country)
- 2nd round table: dialogue between Maria Ramón, one of Mallorca’s youngest mayors, Rita Abou, Lebanese councilor and Vitalia Llave, from Bolivia, about the role played by young elected women in promoting sustainable development policies
- evening devoted to the exchange of good practices among the elected officials through four debate spaces.
12 November: institutional visits