Women’s Forum – Building the Future with Women’s Vision

5-6December, 2014

I will speak about the new culture of dialogue in Cambodia and the role of the Minority in strengthening democracy at the National Assembly.

I will be speaking tomorrow at:

Women’s Forum ASEAN 2014 in Yangoon, Myanmar.

Making political institutions more responsive to their constituents

Responsive governance is essential to enhance people-centered political processes in ASEAN countries. What are the next steps in Myanmar and other ASEAN member states to make political institutions more responsive to their constituents?

Moderator:

Ms Melanne Verveer, Executive Director, the Institute for Women, Peace and Security, Georgetown University, and Founding Partner, Seneca Point Global

Speakers:

Daw Tin Nwe Oo, Member of Parliament, National Democratic Force, the Republic of the Union of Myanmar

U Aung Myo Min, Director, Equality Myanmar

Ms Mu Sochua, Member of Parliament, Kingdom of Cambodia

Ms Valérie Pécresse, Member of the Lower Chamber (National Assembly) of the French Parliament and former Minister for Budget and Minister of Higher Education and Research

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