Dublin hosted the EPP Women’s Congress, the European People’s Party, on June 10 and 11, in the presence of a delegation of women supporters of the National Rally of Independents (RNI). EPP Women is a political organization founded in 1981 and is made up of members of 60 political organizations from 43 countries in Europe and elsewhere.
“Women’s political emancipation promotes gender equality in the workplace, entrepreneurship, and the protection of women’s rights not only in Europe but also in the Middle East and South Africa,” North said in a statement sent to Yabiladi. Sunday.
“It is in this capacity that a female delegate representing the RNI – which has been integrated into the EPP as a partner party since 2018 – went to Dublin”, especially Amina Benkhadra and Fatin Ghali. “Morocco’s participation in this important event is an opportunity to strengthen existing ties between the RNI and the EPP, and of course the relationship between the RNI Women’s Federation and the EPP Women. Walked, “The same source added.
Conferences on “Gender Equality in the Green and Digital Future” were an opportunity to “meet with European Commissioners and Ministers, especially Mald McGuinness, the European Commissioner for Financial Stability and Capital Markets, and the Chairman of the European Commission, Stella. Safety, Francis Fitzgerald, MEP Fine Gayle, Member of the Committee on Economic and Economic Affairs, Member of the Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality and Irish Minister of Justice Helen McKenzie.
“The conferences emphasize the crucial role of women in the economic and social development of nations and their representation in political institutions,” the statement said. Similarly, Amina Bengradra emphasizes, “In the context of the digital and green revolution, it is important to establish all the resources necessary to equip women to face this transition; Millions of jobs will be created and women must take their rightful place in this green and digital revolution.
All participants paid tribute to Doris Pak, 22-year-old EEP Women President and an ardent defender of women’s rights. The new board of EPP women was elected under the leadership of Rosalia Bureau.
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