Getting to Gender Parity – with Kamala Harris, Marta Lucia Ramirez, Katrín Jakobsdóttir & More

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#CSW65

Join us LIVE for the Round tables session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW65). The topics are:

– Getting to parity: good practices towards achieving women’s full and effective participation and decision-making in public life 

– Creating an enabling environment for women’s full and effective participation and decision-making in public life

– Follow-up to the Fourth World Conference on Women and to the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly

More information: https://www.unwomen.org/en/csw/csw65-2021

Chapters:

00:00 – Intro

8:19 – Iran, Costa Rica, France, European Union

4:04:52 – United States of America, KAMALA D. HARRIS

1 Chad (on behalf of GROUP OF AFRICAN STATES)

2 Portugal (on behalf of ON BEHALF OF THE EUROPEAN UNION)

3 Mozambique (on behalf of SOUTHERN AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY)

4 Guyana (on behalf of CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY)

5 Cabo Verde (on behalf of COMMUNITY OF PORTUGUESE-SPEAKING COUNTRIES)

6 Costa Rica

7 Uzbekistan

8 Tuvalu

9 Kazakhstan

10 European Union

11 Chile

12 North Macedonia

14

Colombia

Her Excellency MARTA LUCIA RAMIREZ

15

Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Her Excellency MASOUMEH EBTEKAR

16

Iceland

Her Excellency KATRIN JAKOBSDÓTTIR

17 Belgium

18 Armenia

19 Serbia

20 Ukraine

21 Netherlands

22 Finland

23 Afghanistan

24 Spain

25 Algeria

26 Peru

27 Egypt

28 Croatia

29 Turkey

30S weden

31 Norway

32 Czech Republic

33 Canada

34 France

35 Luxembourg

36 Switzerland

37 Slovenia

38 Andorra

39 Zambia

40 Australia

41 Estonia

42 Lithuania

43 Japan

44 Mozambique

45 Austria

46 Hungary

47 United Arab Emirates

48 Liechtenstein

49 Germany

50 Jordan

51 Denmark

52 Latvia

53 Senegal

54 Bahamas

55 South Africa

56 Tonga

57 Sierra Leone

58 Ethiopia

59 Trinidad and Tobago

60 Italy

61 Rwanda

62 Kenya

63 New Zealand

64 Brazil

65 Nigeria

66 Qatar

67 Malawi

68 Côte d’Ivoire

69 Ireland

70 State of Palestine

71 Morocco

72 Chile

73 Liberia

74 Guinea

75 Namibia

76 Cabo Verde

77 Costa Rica

78 Cameroon

79 Ghana

80 Antigua and Barbuda

81 India

82 Nauru

83 Tunisia

84 Fiji

85 Indonesia

86 Djibouti

87 Dominican Republic

88 Zimbabwe

89

Saint Lucia

90 Mongolia

91 Seychelles

92 Nepal

93 Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

94 Burkina Faso

95 Viet Nam

96 Republic of Korea

97 Mauritius

98 North Macedonia

99 Mali

100 Suriname

101 Thailand

102 Madagascar

103 Pakistan

104 Sudan

105 Malaysia

106 Nicaragua

107 Congo

108 Lesotho

109 Angola

110 Marshall Islands

111 Samoa

112 Gabon

113 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

114 China

115 Philippines

116 Mexico

117 Honduras

118 Bolivia (Plurinational State of)

119 Russian Federation

120 Poland

121 Greece

122 Romania

123 Sri Lanka

124 Ecuador

125 Guatemala

126 Holy See

127 Kyrgyzstan

128 Monaco

129 Cambodia

130 Azerbaijan

131 Uganda

132 Botswana

133 Lebanon

134 Bahrain

135 Cyprus

136 Kazakhstan

137 Tajikistan

138 Cuba

139 Lao People’s Democratic Republic

140 Saudi Arabia

141 El Salvador

142 Eritrea

143 Panama

144 Georgia

145 Libya

146 Turkmenistan

147 Yemen

148 Iraq

149 Bulgaria

150 Saint Kitts and Nevis

151 Uruguay

152 Israel

153 Bangladesh

154 Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

155 Maldives

156 Malta

157 Argentina

158 Albania

159 Jamaica

160 Singapore

161 Chad

162 Oman

163 Tanzania

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