Sti will hold on tuesday 6 December from 9 to 17.30 in via Quattro Novembre 149 a Rome the event dedicated to the “Women’s strength”organized by Emma Bonino, There is no peace without justice And The Contemporaries, with the support of +Europe. Moderators are Fiorenza Sarzanini, Alessio Falconio and Flavia Fratello. Guests refugees and activists from Iran, Afghanistan, Belarus, Ukraine, Africa, Asia and Latin America as well as politicians and experts.

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    The program de The strength of women

    9.30 – 10.30 Welcome address:
    Carlo Corazza, Director of the European Parliament’s Office in Italy

    Introduction to the day:
    Gianfranco Dell’Alba, There is no peace without justice
    Valeria Manieri, The Contemporary

    Moderated by Fiorenza Sarzanini, Deputy Director of Corriere della Sera

    Speeches by:
    Emma Bonino, No Peace Without Justice and +Europe
    Pina Picierno, Vice President of the European Parliament
    Antonio Tajani, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (tbc)
    Sviatlana Tsikanouskaya, Leader of the Belarusian Democratic Movement (video message)

    10.30 – 12.30 Panel: “Making the change”
    Moderated by Fiorenza Sarzanini, Deputy Director of Corriere della Sera

    Speakers:
    Sadaf Dashti, Deputy Director, Rawadari, Afghanistan
    Sediqa Mushtaq, President, Women for Women Solidarity Association, Afghanistan
    Nadia Murad, Yazidi human rights activist, UN Ambassador for the Dignity of Survivors of Human Trafficking and 2018 Nobel Peace Prize winner (video message)
    Simona Lanzoni, Pangea, Italy
    Lina Al-Hathloul, ALQST for Human Rights, Saudi Arabia
    Rosanna Oliva, Network for Equality, Italy
    Khady Koita, President of La Palabre, Senegal
    Chiara Segrado, AmiNa and WFP, Italy
    Mayalú Kokometi Waurá Txucarramãe, Kayapó leader of the Brazilian Amazon, great-granddaughter of Great Chief Raoni and daughter of Chief Megaron
    Leila de Lima, Senator in prison, voiced by Father Albert Alejo, human rights activist, Philippines
    Nadia Volkova, human rights activist, Kiev, Ukraine (online link)

    12.30 – 13.30 Panel: “The commitment of the Italian Parliament”
    Moderator Maria Latella, Journalist and anchorwoman

    Speakers:
    Elena Bonetti, Italy Live
    Susanna Camusso, Democratic Party
    Stefania Craxi, Forza Italia
    Benedetto Della Vedova, +Europe
    Alessandra Maiorino, 5 Star Movement
    Alessandro Zan, Democratic Party

    14.30 – 17.00 Debate: “History teaches, politics never learns. The women compass of human rights in the world”
    Moderated by Flavia Fratello, Journalist, LA7

    Speakers in the debate:
    Lia Quartapelle, Democratic Party
    Francesca Mannocchi, journalist, La Repubblica, Italy
    Farian Sabahi Seyed, Academician, journalist and orientalist, Italy
    Parvin Yavari, Keyarang Saadat, activists Project “Afghanistan 2030. Next Leaders”, Afghanistan
    Marta Dassù, Aspen Institute, Italy
    Yuliya Kaspiarovich, Activist, Belarus
    Simona Viola, ItalyState of Law Association, Italy
    Tetyana Shyshnyak, Representative of the Ukrainian Community in Rome
    Maryana Semenyak, Activist, Ukraine
    Fatima Tedeeva, Dissident, Russia
    Francesca Grisot, PhD researcher and president of “A2030”, Italy
    Mariolina Coppola, Soroptimist International, Italy
    Francesca Monzone, Journalist, Italy
    Habiba Halimi and Zahra Atayee, women’s national cycling team, Afghanistan
    Formin Akter and Ms. Tofrida Rahman, Rohingya students of the Asian University for Women (video message)
    Parisa Nazari, intercultural mediator, Iran

    17.00 – 17.30 Conclusions by Emma Bonino and Valeria Manieri

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