9 March 2014

Angola: Nation Participates in 58th UN Session On Women's Condition

A multi-sector delegation chaired by the minister of Family and Women Promotion, Filomena Delgado, will participates from 10 to 21 March in New York, United State of America, in the 58th UN session on Women?s Conditions.

The session is promoted by UNWOMEN, the happen is the ambit of the UN Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women and girls, whose analysis is included in the panels.

A press note that reached ANGOP on Sunday states that the from the proposed topics of the event, the emphasis goes on the Revision of Mechanism for the Implementation of the Platform of Action and the results of the 23rd Especial Session of Group of Action which has to do with exchange of experiences and good practices on the implementation of the Platform of Action.

During her stay in New York, minister Filomena Delgado will have meetings with officials from UNWOMEN, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the United Nations Fund for Population, (UNFPA) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).

However, the agenda includes a meeting with ministers of the Portuguese Speaking Countries Communities (CPLP), as well as with the Angolan diplomatic mission members at the United Nations.

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