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Preliminary Conclusions of Beijing+15 Online Discussion on "Gender Equality, Education and Training"
Preliminary conclusions on UNESCO's online discussion on "Gender Equality, Education and Training" held from 10 January to 7 February 2010 are now available.

beijing15-online-discussions.JPG Preliminary conclusions on UNESCO's online discussion on "Gender Equality, Education and Training" are now available.

During the 4 weeks, the online discussion attracted 457 participants, women and men from all corners of the globe.

To read the preliminary conclusions, please download the document (OnlineEducationdiscussion_CSWdistribution.ppt Powerpoint) below.

Final conclusions will be available on this site shortly.

If you should wish to join the second phase of the online discussion on "Transformative policies and initiatives: promoting gender equality in all spheres of life", please email the Moderator






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