PHI Programs at Women Deliver 2019
May 20, 2019
This year's Women Deliver Global Conference will be the world's largest conference on the health, rights, and well-being of girls and women in the 21st century, serving as a catalyst for global advocates working to achieve a more equitable world. Learn more about the conference and PHI program participation:
Rise Up's Powerful Leaders on the Global Stage
WHEN GIRLS RISE, WE ALL RISE
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 | 6:00 am – 8:00 am | West Building of the Vancouver Convention Center, Room 208
Join PHI's Rise Up and Girl Up for an interactive session marking the launch of their new Girls’ Voices Curriculum! Youth activists, including Rise Up leaders from around the world, will use this powerful new curriculum to lead dynamic activities and an engaging dialogue over breakfast.
The Power of We: When Youth Take Charge
Monday, June 3, 6:00 am –8:00 am | West Building of the Vancouver Convention Center, Room 220
Join Rise Up and Johnson & Johnson to hear from amazing young leaders from Bangladesh, South Africa, Pakistan, and India on why engaging young people is essential to improving the health and well-being of youth around the world. Young people are creating solutions that have real potential to both improve the persistent health challenges affecting youth populations and to address the limitations and inequities that exist throughout the current health system. We will examine the health barriers that impede girls’ and young women’s ability to achieve their full potential, as well as real-life examples and opportunities for young leaders to address these barriers through their own advocacy and design of youth-friendly health services and programs. In partnership with Johnson & Johnson.
No registration required.
Shifting Power For Gender Equitable Development
Monday, June 3, 9:00 – 11:00 am | West Building of the Vancouver Convention Center, Room 208
This panel will kick off Women Deliver 2019 for the Women & Girls at the Center of Development Learning Agenda community. Panelists, including Rise Up Malawi Leader, Faith Phiri, and Rise Up Executive Director & Founder, Denise Dunning, will present new evidence on women’s and girls’ health, rights and economic power, and what it takes to shift power structures. Hosted by the International Center for Research on Women and part of the Women & Girls at the Center of Development Learning Agenda. In partnership with International Center for Research on Women.
More PHI Programs at Women Deliver
GOJoven International Executive Director, Esther Tahrir will be attending this year's Women Deliver Conference June 3-6 in Vancouver, Canada where she will be moderating a panel titled “The Gendered Experience of Youth Leadership in SRHR: Addressing the Disequilibrium” and highlighting GOJoven's involvement in the YIELD (youth investment, engagement and leadership development) report published in 2018.