Brasilia — The 15th congress of the International Democratic Federation of Women (IDFW), gathering over 100 women from various parts of the world since last Sunday in Brazil, will end on Thursday with the election of the five vice chairmen of the organisation.
The Angola heads one of the vice-presidencies of IDFW.
On Thursday, the delegates will approve IDFW plan, the solidarity motions and Brasilia declaration.
The congress is taking place under the theme "Women from all over the world, building a just peace, with rights, equality and development".
Under debate are themes linked to the aggression and imperialist occupation, challenges for world peace, capitalist crisis and its impact on women, climate changes, food security, equality, development and peace for women.
Angola is being represented by about 15 delegates, among them members of the executive committee of the ruling MPLA female and youth wings, namely OMA and JMPLA, MPs and Minister of Family and Women Promotion, Genoveva Lino.