Women’s rights: An initiative from France for March 8th


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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Foundation for a Drug-Free Europe was formed in March 2004 with the firm purpose of preventing and stopping debilitating drug use through educating non-users concerning the harmful effects that drugs can inflict upon the body, mind and personality, and by finding and directing existing users to programmes that can help them achieve comfortable abstinence for life.

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