33rd Triennial Centenary Conference

 

 

 

Reports_Letters

Circular 14/2019 – Hegg Hoffet Sale Items 

Circular 14/2019 – Hegg Hoffet Sale Items

Circular 12/2019 – 33rd General Assembly Agenda – Procedural Rules – Conference Programme of Work

Circular 12/2019 – General Assembly Agenda and Procedural Rules and the Programme for the General Assembly and Peace through Education Centenary Conference

Circular 12/2019 – Annex 1: 33rd General Assembly Agenda

Circular 12/2019 – Annex 2: Procedural Rules

Circular 12/2019 – Annex 3: Peace Through Education Centenary Conference Programme of Work

Circular 11/2019 – Conference Information, Policy Resolutions, Revised Internal Resolution 4 and proposed Constitutional Amendments

Circular 11/2019 – Conference Information, Policy Resolutions, Revised Internal Resolution 4 and proposed Constitutional Amendments

Circular 10/2019 – Board Internal Resolutions

Circular 10/2019 – Board Internal Resolutions (full resolutions)

Circular 9/2019 – NFA Credentials and Instructions 33rd triennial

Circular 9/2019 – NFA Credentials and Instructions 33rd triennial – Word Version

Circular 8/2019 – Board and Committee Nominees

Circular 8/2019 – Board and Committee Nominees 

To access the full list of Board and Committee Nominees for 2020-2022 and their biodata forms, please click HERE. 

Circular 7/2019 – Constitutional Amendments Circular

Circular 7/2019 – Constitutional Amendments Circular 

Circular 6/2019 – Board and Committee Travel Grants

Circular 6/2019 – Reimbursement of Expenses – Board and Committees 

Circular 5/2019 – Call for Bids for the 2022 GWI Triennial Conference

 Annex 1 – 34th Triennial Conference Bid Information 

Annex 2 – GWI Triennial Conference Bid Form 

Circular 4/2019 – Resolutions Extension

Circular 4/2019 Extension of Resolutions Deadline

Resolutions Submissions Form

Young Member Workshop – “Connecting the Power of GWI Young Members”

Young Member Workshop Flyer 

Update from the President – Young Member Workshop, Registration Fee and Travel Subsidies

Circular 3/2019 – 33rd General Assembly Preliminary Agenda

Rules of Procedure for face-to-face meeting of the GWI General Assembly Draft Agenda of the 33rd GWI General Assembly

Circular 2/2019 – National Federation and Association 2019 Triennial General Assembly Reports

NFA 2019 Triennial General Assembly Form

Circular 1/2019 – Nominations Deadline Extension

Nomination Application Form

Board of Officers Job Descriptions

Committee Terms of Reference

Candidate Instruction Form

Bio Data Forms

Board of Officers

Education Committee

Finance Committee

Hegg Hoffet Committee

International Fellowship Committee

Project Development Committee

Membership Committee

Resolution Committee

Workshops

Theme 1: How can education advance the status of women and girls worldwide and work towards preventing conflicts, protect the most vulnerable populations and transform societies?

  • Building Peace through Education of Heart and Mind ( Canada) -Joy Hurst, Grace Hollett, Brenda Robertson and Godelieve De Koninck
  • Otherness and Belonging : Remaking Inclusive spaces for ALL Women ( New Zealand) – Sita Venkateswar, Shirley Gillett, Gretta Mills
  • Link between Education and Gender Equality – the eradication of violence against women (Israel) – Ora Sharon
  • How to keep women at the top! – Brigitte Mantilleri 
  • Powerful Women are Happy Women (Turkey) – Yasemin Donmez, Berna Kir, Funda Savas Gun
  • Using the GWI Gender Equity Toolkit –Shirley Gillett, Ranjana Bannerjee, GWI Edcom
  • The Impact of Education on the Culture of Peace and Development in Africa (Senegal)- Marie Pierre Sarr
  • Women and the Peace Process in Sierra Leone – Linda Williams
  • A Peaceful Future through Women and Girls Education (USA) – Dr Johanna Sterbin, Dr Ingeborg Loetterle, Jacqueline Shahzade

Theme 2: How can curricula grow and change to support human rights and deconstruct patriarchal and other societal paradigms to bring about a culture of peace and non-violence?

  • Unravelling the patriarchy within women to enable more courageous decision-making & sustainable implementation of women’s initiative (India)  – Shruti Sonthalia
  • Successful Strategies in Learning and Teaching Mathematics while Supporting Human Rights (India) – Dr Rahael Jalan, Swati Bedekar, Nandini Sonthalia
  • Breathe Free : Say NO – Stop Abuse (India) – Dr Anagha Lavalekar, Anjali Railkar, Anita Gurja

Theme 3: What does it mean to live in a connected world, two-thirds of which are in conflict and how does this impact on our daily lives?

None

Theme 4: How can young professionals be empowered to understand and make connections between education, gender equality issues, culture change and environmental issues and what effects do these have on their careers, family lives and the planet?

  • Mentoring for Peace and Development (Fiji) – Maria Pastorizo-Sekiguchi, Sonia Khan, Elizabeth Fong

Theme 5: What can graduate women do to influence a global society, working at the intersection of education, peace, advocacy and action in local, national and global policies?

  • Academic women: Their Way to Equality, Parity in the Academic World (Britain) – Dr Gillian Hilton
  • The importance  of Accessibility of Networks and the Mission of GWI in a Crisis – Reiko Aoki,  Nobuko Akita, Yaeko Sumi, Takeko Takata
  • Hope for the Future (Turkey) – Dr Basak Ovacik, Rengin Turksoy, Yasemin Celik Yardimci
  • Taking Action to Implement GWI Resolutions on Peace – Kathleen Laurila, Amy Dowdle, Alice Dahle
  • Women at Peace in Business –Anoush De Boghossian
  • Teach Peace Project (Ghana) – Joyce Atta-Quartey,  Korklu Laryea, Irene Kafui Amponsah
  • Taking GWI Forward after the Frist 100 years.  Tools to attract young professional women (Israel) – Shiri Malca
  • Labor Rights of Graduated Professionals and their Future Peace of Mind (El Salvador) – Dr Ana Mirella Wollants Schoenenberg, Fabiola Wollants, Rosa Maria Mendoza de Serrano

Seminar Papers

Theme 1: How can education advance the status of women and girls worldwide and work towards preventing conflicts, protect the most vulnerable populations and transform societies?

  • Creating Agents of Peace through Non-Formal Education – Dr Meera Bondre
  • The Power of Immersive Education: Education and Peace in the 21st Century – Sana Vaidya 
  • Investing in Women’s Education for Peaceful Societies in Developing Countries – Dr Rosa de Serrano 
  • Educating Women & Girls – a Panacea for Preventing Conflicts/ Protecting Vulnerable Populations – Dr Adebayo Olufunke, Dr Comfort Onifade
  • Determining Educational Goals for Peaceful Coexistence (JAUW) – Chizuko Suzuki
  • Implementing Women ZONE  (UNESCO) for Peace, Nutrition, Education, and Matriarchal system’s values restoration – Rokhaya Daba Fall
  • Advancing the Status of Women through Education for Social Harmony (Hong Kong)- Dr Jackie Yan, Dr Anson Honghua Wang, Dr Janice Pan
  • Migration – Education – Integration? Challenges in educational work with refugees – Prof Shirley Randell
  • Peace through educating women for social, economic and political change in India – Abeda Inamdar
  • Schooling Interventions: Keep Girls from Dropping Out, and Help Women’s Re-entry – Suvarna Gokhale
  • Peace through Education – Perspectives of Gender and Girl’s Empowerment – Dr Remi Aduradola, Prof Comfort Onifade
  • Mary has a Little Goat.  A Holistic social and educational enterprise (Uganda) – Consolata Tumwesigye
  • Transitional challenges confronting heads of midwifery training colleges in the Western & Central regions of Ghana which affect human rights and sustainability – Dr Marie Bakah
  • Women, Girls and Technology Education – Magda Buhake Kaniki 
  • The role of Cinema in Education and the Struggle against Sexist Stereotypes: an account of a Grenoble, France experience –Vianella Guyot
  • Improvement in HIV/Aids Knowledge – Integrated Intervention for Sustainable Development – Dr Nita Mawar

Theme 2: How can curricula grow and change to support human rights and deconstruct patriarchal and other societal paradigms to bring about a culture of peace and non-violence?

  • Peace and Education Curricula Incorporating Human Values (UNESCO) – Prof. Thanaa Ezz
  • Achieving Peace through Democratic Citizenship Education (Ghana) – Joyce Atta-Quartey, Irene Kafui Amponsah
  • Role of (Indian) Indigenous Economic Education for Peace and Sustainability – Dr Kalyani Bondre
  • Global Education – Teaching and Curriculum Development for Peace Education – Dr Marion Myhill
  • Curbing Violence against Women through Lifelong Learning (Nigeria) –Prof Comfort Onifade, Dr Remi Aduradola
  • The Paths of Education for Peace, Non-violence and Gender Equality in Higher Ed Institutions in Latin America – Dr Gloria Ramirez
  • Incorporating Peace Education in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) and Similar Curricula as a Means of Implementation – Sahar Gamal
  • Understanding the Implications of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) on Women’s Sexuality through Women’s Education (Nigeria) – Prof Anthonia Uzuegbunam
  • Balancing the Institutional and Cultural Mindset of Patriarchy in Nigeria with Curriculum – Nneka Chiedozie-Ude

Theme 3: What does it mean to live in a connected world, two-thirds of which are in conflict and how does this impact on our daily lives?

None

Theme 4: How can young professionals be empowered to understand and make connections between education, gender equality issues, culture change and environmental issues and what effects do these have on their careers, family lives and the planet?

  • Understanding the Digital Gender Gap in Mexico – Nayana Guerrero-Ramirez
  • Global Problems Addressed with Local Solutions: A case of NGOs creating  Environmental Awareness – Dr. Nita Mawar
  • Empowering Youth to Internalise and Spread Gender Parity through Sexuality Education – Dr Anagha Lavalekar
  • Women Educators Empowering Change at Home for a Peaceful Society –Irene Kafui Vorsah Amponsah
  • Preparing Women for Leadership Positions in Education/ Mentoring Initiatives by substantive school heads (Ghana) – Dr Marie Bakah

Theme 5: What can graduate women do to influence a global society, working at the intersection of education, peace, advocacy and action in local, national and global policies?

  • Heard the Voice of Women? The Impact of Graduate Women (Turkey) – Dr Basak Ovacik 
  • Experiences of Women in Leadership – a Dream or Nightmare? (Ghana) – Dorothy Addo-Mensah
  • Mobilization of Young Graduates for Social Activities and a Peace Hike: Communication Challenges/Solutions – Ieva De Sousa
  • Women’s Social Mobility by Education Attainment? (Mexico, South Africa and Vietnam) – Dr Lukasz Czarnecki
  • Marginalisation of Women and its Effect on Peace Restoration in S-E Nigeria – Prof Anthonia Uzuegbunam
  • Field Evidence of Non-violent Civilian Protection Methods is Used by Women Advocates to Transform Conflict – Kathleen Laurila
  • Bridgebuilding for Peace, Education & Advocacy: Creating a Winning Partnership – Florence Babalola-Smith 
  • New Business Models for Social Impact : Entrepreneurship for 21st C. Intersection of leadership for Econ Empowerment and Global Advocacy – Shaila Rao Mistry
  • Unleashing the Potential of Women:  The Promise of Education for Peace (Lithuanian Antanina Gustaityte-Salciuviene) – Rima Binder
  • Involvement of Women Leaders within Higher Education (Ghana) – Gladys Edumadze
  • What can Graduate Women do to Mitigate Suffering in Disasters? – Kyoko Hirata
  • The Process of Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in the quest for securing women’s rights – GWI Board / UN Representative

Posters 

Theme 1: How can education advance the status of women and girls worldwide and work towards preventing conflicts, protect the most vulnerable populations and transform societies?

  • How the voices of youth calling for nuclear abolition can reach around the world (Case study, Nagasaki) – Chizuko Suzuki

Theme 2: How can curricula grow and change to support human rights and deconstruct patriarchal and other societal paradigms to bring about a culture of peace and non-violence?

None

Theme 3: What does it mean to live in a connected world, two-thirds of which are in conflict and how does this impact on our daily lives?

None

Theme 4: How can young professionals be empowered to understand and make connections between education, gender equality issues, culture change and environmental issues and what effects do these have on their careers, family lives and the planet?

None

Theme 5: What can graduate women do to influence a global society, working at the intersection of education, peace, advocacy and action in local, national and global policies?

  • Exploring strengths of Gender Statistics/Indicators. Principles of Design of Surveys – Dr Miranda Mortlock
  • Introducing new knowledge into Higher Education in Costa Rica –  value of graduate  women networks – Thais Ramirez Cordoba