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FORUM INTERNAZIONALE DI DIALOGO "STARTING FROM GIRLS. WOMEN FORUM ON INEQUALITY AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH"

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In occasione della Presidenza italiana del G7, si è svolto alla Farnesina, il 7 e 8 aprile 2017, il  Forum internazionale di dialogo "Starting from girls. Women Forum on inequality and sustainable growth", organizzato in collaborazione con WE-Women Empower the World, l’Aspen Initiative for Europe e Valore D.
“Rafforzare diritti e capacità delle giovani donne è una condizione indispensabile per farne agenti del cambiamento. Superare il gap di genere è fondamentale per garantire processi inclusivi di crescita e sviluppo, in linea con le priorità della nostra Presidenza del G7”, queste le parole del ministro degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale, Angelino Alfano.
Il Forum si basa sulla convinzione che rafforzare diritti e capacità delle giovani donne sia una condizione indispensabile per farne agenti potenziali del cambiamento: il forum di dialogo punta a costruire un’alleanza internazionale sull’empowerment femminile, come tassello irrinunciabile di una crescita più equa e sostenibile. Verranno discusse una serie di proposte per il G7, volte a rafforzare l'apporto delle donne alla crescita economica, la loro partecipazione al mercato del lavoro, allo sviluppo tecnologico e alla sostenibilità. Un'attenzione specifica sarà anche dedicata ai  temi delle migrazioni - “women on the move” - e all'evoluzione della global care chain, con le relative implicazioni per la salute e i sistemi sanitari.
La conferenza ha visto gli interventi di Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. Partecipano tra gli altri Maria Elena Boschi,Italian Undersecretary of State, Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Rome; Valeria Fedeli, Italian Minister of Education, Universities and Research; Beatrice Lorenzin, Italian Minister of Health, Rome;Emma Bonino, President, WE-Women Empower the World; President, European Council on Foreign Relations; Marta Dassù, Chair, The Aspen Initiative for Europe; Executive President, WE-Women Empower the World; Linda Lanzillotta, Vice President, Italian Senate; Vincenzo Amendola, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Rome; Mario Giro, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Rome; Benedetto Della Vedova, Undersecretary of State,  Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Rome; Princess Sarah Zeid, Her Royal Highness of Jordan; Laurence Rossignol, Minister for Families, Children and Women’s Rights, Paris;Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director Un Women, New York; Diane Jacovella, Deputy Minister G7 Foreign Affairs Sous-Sherpa, Ottawa; Imen Ben Mohamed, Member, The Ennahdha Party, Tunis;Marietje Schaake, Vice Chair Delegation for Relations with the United States; Member, Committee on International Trade European Parliament, Brussels; Marc Benayoun, Chief Executive Officer, Edison, Milan; Diana Bracco, President and CEO, Bracco Group, Milan; Flavia Bustreo, Deputy Director General, WHO ‑ World Health Organization, Geneve; Ilaria Capua, Director, One Health Center of Excellence, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL; Catherine Colonna, Ambassador of France to Italy, Rome;Elisabetta Belloni, Secretary General, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Rome;Chantal De Jonge Oudraat, President, WIIS-Women in International Security, Washington,DC;  Veronica De Romanis, Standford University The Breyer Center for Overseas Studies in Florence; Maria Patrizia Grieco, Chairman, Enel, Rome; Emerine Kabanshi, Minister of Community Development, Mother and Child Health, Zambia; Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Chair, Institute of Human Virology, Baltimore;Hanna Birna Kristjánsdóttir, Chair of the Executive Board, WPL-Women Political Leaders Global Forum, Brussels; Meg Jones, Chief of Economic Empowerment, UN Women, New York; Monica Maggioni, Chairman, RAI ‑ Radio Televisione Italiana, Rome; Marialina Marcucci, President, Robert F. Kennedy Foundation of Europe, Rome; Sandra Mori, President, Valore D, Milan; Monica Parrella, Director General, Department for Equal Opportunities, Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Rome; Lia Quartapelle Procopio, Member of the Italian Parliament, Rome;Gabriela Ramos, Chief of Staff and Sherpa to the G20, OECD ‑ Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris; Simona Scarpaleggia, CEO Ikea Switzerland and Board Member IKEA Food, Zurich; Hanna Serwaah Tetteh,Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ghana; Lawyer, "Osafo Buabeng & Co" Law Firm, Tema, Ghana;Helle Thorning‑Schmidt, CEO, Save the Children, Fairfield, CT; Luisa Todini, Chair of the Steering Committee, Project Grow-Generating Real Opportunities for Women, Rome; Manuela Tomei, Director of the ILO’s Condition of Work and Employment Programme, Geneva; Beatrice Trussardi, Chairman, Friends of Aspen; President, Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Milan; Susanne Marianne Wasum‑Rainer, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Italy, Rome; Avivah Wittenberg Cox, CEO, 20‑first, London; Alexander Zehnder, Chairman and CEO, Sanofi, Milan.
La Fondazione Mediterraneo ha partecipato all’evento.