On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Ms. Yaël Braun-Pivet, President of the French National Assembly, hosted an international panel of committed women around a debate on the theme “Women’s Rights: Words of Commitment, Perspectives on the World”.
And the drug problem has been evoked by a lawyer from the UNODC.

The debate, moderated by journalist Myriam Encaoua, took place in the presence of the following personalities:                                                                                      Dr Nagham Hasan, gynecologist (Iraq)
Diaryatou Bah, founder of the association Espoirs et combats de femmes (France/Guinea)
Nuray Simsek, professor of philosophy (Turkey)
Anarkali Honaryar, doctor and former senator (Afghanistan)
Delphine O, Ambassador and Secretary General of the Generation Equality Forum (France)
Urszula Grycuk, Vice-President of the Foundation for Women and Family Planning (Poland)
Samantha Munodawafa, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Lawyer
Katayoon Shahabi, film producer (Iran)

More on: https://www2.assemblee-nationale.fr/16/evenements2/2023/droits-des-femmes-paroles-d-engagees-regards-sur-le-monde

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