By Tanya Maswaure
On the second day of the 5th Global Conference on the Elimination of Child Labour in Durban, the loudest message and most common word was COLLABORATION. The deliberations, featuring several cooperations, governments, and non-governmental organisations, began with several sessions and meetings spread across the International Conference Center.
By Cat Swartbooi
On Sunday, 15 May 2022, the 5th Global Conference on Child Labour launched at the Durban ICC in South Africa. The conference will run until Friday the 20 May 2022. The event’s goal is to raise awareness about child labour and accelerate the progress to elimination.
The former President of Malawi, Her Excellency Dr Joyce Banda, has been named Honorary Chair of the Women Empowerment & Development Society in Asia-Africa.
The Deputy Managing Director of Falcon Corporation and immediate past president of Nigeria Gas Association, Audrey Joe-Ezigbo has stated that embracing local content will make Nigeria globally competitive. She said this during the Africa Energy and Infrastructure Forum (AEIF) 2021 hosted by the African Leadership Magazine with the central theme “Optimizing Partnerships and Local Content Development for Recovery and Growth”. The meeting which was held virtually had in attendance private sector leaders, industry titans, academics, as well as stakeholders in the energy and infrastructure industry.
COMMUNIQUE ISSUED AT THE END OF THE 8TH SOUTH AMERICA – AFRICA – MIDDLE EAST – ASIA WOMEN SUMMIT (VIRTUAL) ORGANISED BY THE AMAZONS WATCH MAGAZINE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CENTRE FOR ECONOMIC AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT (CELD) WHICH HELD VIRTUALLY ON DECEMBER 17, 2020 WITH THE THEME BUILDING BACK TRANSFORMED ECONOMIES POST COVID-19: THE NEED FOR INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP
The South America – Africa – Middle East – Asia Women Summit – (SAMEAWS) is an annual unprecedented summit, organized by the Amazons Watch magazine in partnership with the Centre for Economic and Leadership Development (CELD), which brings together, the most influential and prominent women, and key stakeholders in Africa, Middle East, Asia, and the South American regions to re-emphasize and vividly demonstrate the critical role of women to the future of Africa, Middle East, Asia, and South American Economies; thereby effectively utilizing the world’s greatest untapped resource – its women.
Good morning, Dear Ladies
Michelle Bolsonaro; First Lady of the Federative Republic of Brazil
María Juliana Ruiz – First Lady of the Republic of Colombia
It was a harvest of time-tested strategies, lessons and experiences during the recently held Africa Power Women Conference 2020. The annual event, which is organized by one of the African Leadership U.K. Limited (www.africanleadership.co.uk) publications, Amazons Watch Magazine in collaboration with Centre for Economic and Leadership Development (www.celdng.org), is a gathering of leading African women in business, politics and diplomacy.