Role of women in Infrastructure Development in Africa; Inclusive access to education; Women’s access to economic opportunities; Women in political leadership in Africa; an outlook of gender policies in Europe and Africa; Young Women Trail Blazers in Development
Dr SB Molotlegi, the Queen Mother of Royal Bafokeng; Prof. Susan Madsen, Utah Valley University Woodbury School of Business, USA and many others
Several key Women Role Models including young women under the age of 35 are to be specially recognised and celebrated for their achievement and their contribution to Africa’s social and economic growth
Special fees are applicable to LWA members, students, corporate, individuals, executives.
The African Union’s Agenda 2063 acknowledges that Africa in 2063 will be a continent where the critical role of women in Africa‘s transformation is recognized and proactively harnessed.
Agenda 2063 is a call to action to all segments of African society to share efforts in building a common future and destiny based on the AU Vision.
Registration of guests and participants at the reception
Welcome Address: Madelein Mkunu, President, LWA
Introduction and opening Address: Prof. Dr. Danica Purg, President, IEDC-Bled School of Management, Slovenia
Special Guest of Honor Address: Queen Mother of Royal Bafokeng
Preparing Women to Lead: Key Elements in Women leadership Development: Facilitator : Susan Madsen
Political engagement: Facilitator: Mrs Gwen Mahlangu Nkabinde
Dinner Address by the main sponsor, including Recognition ceremony,
Keynote address: Prof Priscilla Daniels
Presentation of honorary Awards
1. Access to Finance
2. Women in investment & entrepreneurship
3. Meaningful heathcare to change women’s lives
4. Educating girls and young women