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Thu, 07 Nov 2019 13:18 - Updated Thu, 07 Nov 2019 13:18

Angola attends AU meeting on women's rights

Lubango -A delegation integrated by 15 Angolan women is since Monday in Johannesburg, South Africa, attending a meeting on women's rights and empowerment.

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Angolan delegation in South Africa attending AU meeting on women?s rights

Photo: Cortesia/Rodmira Nanga

The event, run by the African Union (AU), is bringing together more than 1000 delegates from 50 African nations expected to discuss several themes such as “ Women, Peace and Security”, Women agents of changes”, among others.

Speaking to ANGOP, a member of the Angolan delegation and employee of the NGO People In Need, Rodmira Nanga, said the meeting aims to promote Exchange of experiences and train participants on female issues.

The Angolan delegation to the event is integrated by members of the national forum of journalists, the platform Women in Action, Mwana Pwo organisation, People In Need, among other NGOs.

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