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Today EW releases our guide for regional meetings reviewing the landmark Beijing Platform for Action.  Entitled “Resurrect Beijing! Calling for a Renewed Commitment to Women’s Rights,” it is intended that these local meetings will inspire grassroots women around the world to connect and learn from each other, as well as demand from governments the increased implementation of the Beijing Platform, which is still relevant for today.

Are you interested in organizing a meeting in your area?  Download an Informational Packet and Sample Agenda.  More detailed information is available in the document.

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