The Nobel Women’s Initiative has released the conference report from its second international conference – Women Redefining Democracy for Peace, Justice and Equality – in Antigua, Guatemala, held in May 2009.
The conference proceedings report brings together the many discussions, debates and ideas brought forward by participants over our three days together.
Download the full report from the Women Redefining Democracy international conference .
Women Redefining Democracy Report: 2009
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Learn more from participant presentations:
- Politics Outside Politics: how women really advance democracy by Srilatha Batliwala
- The good, the bad and the ugly about democracy for women by Anne Marie Goetz
- Women redefining democracy in Sudan by Zaynab al Sawi
- How are women in Southern Africa working to democratize “free and independent” media institutions, transforming them from the inside and the outside? by Pat Made
- Lessons from the recent Ecuadorian constitution writing process: rights of women, indigenous people and nature (Part 1 / Part 2 ) by Natalia Greene
A trip around the world to be inspired by women of peace, The National, 15 May 2009
Violación de derechos de mujeres debilita la democracia, advierten Nobel de la Paz (En Español), Prensa Libre, 13 May 2009
Women Nobel Peace Laureates conference in Antigua, Guatemala, Guatemala Times, 11 May 2009