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Apply Now for a Speaker’s Corner’s Spot

The deadline for applying to Speaker's Corner has now passed.

The Speaker’s Corner at Women Deliver 2013 will be an opportunity for delegates, agencies and organizations to launch special events, projects, campaigns and reports. Running concurrent to all sessions other than the main plenaries, the Speaker’s Corner will be located  within the Exhibit Hall. Each session will be no more than 10 minutes long, with 5 minutes for Q&A. Please be sure to time your presentation, as there are no exceptions to the time limit. A stage with microphone and chairs will be provided.

Funding for Speaker's Corner participants is NOT available. If you are not already receiving funding to attend, you must be able to fund your participation if you would like to take part.

Space is very limited, and we cannot guarantee that you will be granted a spot. Due to high demand, at this time interested speakers may only sign up for one slot. Please be sure to select 3-5 possible times for your presentation, and we will do our best to accommodate your preferred time.

Applications will be accepted until MONDAY FEBRUARY 11 only, with no exceptions. You will be notified in March if your application has been accepted.

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  1. Hope to join you in one of your coming conferences.
    Best regards.

    • Jan 17
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    At the moment I am writing my thesis about young,African girls.With the PhD-title I hope to get more influence on the decision-makers to give priority to Mother and Child Care.
    Title of my thesis is:
    “The Importance of Being Born a Girl.”
    Human Rights-Girls-Pregnancy are the topics in the book.

    • Jan 21
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    Pan African Positive Women`s Coalition is a continental organization.

    • Jan 22
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    Already given!

  2. I wish to speak up to lobby for my International GYN Awareness Day vision.

  3. I wish to promote my vision for an International Gynaecological Awareness Day 10 September which my not for profit has already celebrated for 10 years.

  4. I want to raise awareness on Menstrual health management issues and share with others what Sustainable Health Enterprises is doing to tackle the issue from the grassroots!

  5. To advocate for breaking silence around mentrual health and hygiene management right from grass root levels so as to give a chance to girls in schools,even the community a chance of being free and productive enough in what they are doing,let them know that periods is not a disease but a natural and a normal body transition that shouldn’t be treated as sickness!

  6. Just submitted a speaker’s corner application on behalf of the IDEAS project at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. If successful we will be launching a new Knowledge Summary!

  7. The UAFC will be present at Women Deliver and give female condom demonstrations. We will show the latest in female condom development. Come and see us, maybe at the speakers corner or at one of the booths, or we will find you during our walking demo’s

    • Mar 14
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    I enjoyed reading your articles. This is truly a great read for me. I have bookmarked it and I am looking forward to reading new articles. Keep up the good work!

    • Mar 14
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    Such event should be supported for the welfare for the society and for women. With such event people will be able to express their thought and ideas and can serve as a platform for young people to expose to the outside world.

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