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Digital Justice and the Inclusion of Women in Tech
Digital Justice and the Inclusion of Women in Tech
Digital Justice and the Inclusion of Women in Tech

Nigeria House, New York
 (Permanent Mission of Nigeria to the United Nations),


Mr. James Hsui,
Legal Counsel & Director of Programmes, African Renaissance
 and Diaspora Network (ARDN)
Welcoming remarks: -

 H.E. Mr. Nnamdi Nze,
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, of the Permanent Mission of the the Federal Republic of Nigeria to the United Nations

 H.E. Mr. Cheikh Niang,
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, and Permanent Representative of the Republic of Senegal to the United Nations

Hon. Constance Berry Newman,
Chair of the Board, African Renaissance and Diaspora Network (ARDN)

 Ms Diago Ndiaye,
Regional President of NOWEPSCO, Representative
of the VLF-Senegal Project delegation

Mrs Oumy Cantome Sarr,
Capacity building officer, VLF-Senegal,

Hon. Ms. Fatou Diané Gučye,
 Minister of Women, Family and Child Protection of Senegal

Dr Djibril Diallo,
 President and CEO, African Renaissance and Diaspora Network (ARDN)

Session 1:
Mrs Oumy Cantome Sarr,
 Capacity building officer, VLF-Senegal,

Session 2:
Mr. James Hsui,
Legal Counsel & Director of Programmes,
African Renaissance and Diaspora Network (ARDN)
Session 1:
 Women and Economic Empowerment: Strategies to reduce barriers for better access to economic resources, local content, land and financing

-Hon Harriette Igonanga Chiggai (CS),
Mediator, Executive Office of the President, Women Rights Advisor, Kenya

 - Janice Mathis, Esq.,
General Counsel, National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)

 Session 2:
What actions are there to strengthen the digital inclusion of women and girls for better productivity?

Dr. Elizabeth Stroble,
Chancellor, Webster University
Q and A
 Session 3:

Mrs Oumy Cantome Sarr,
 Capacity building officer, VLF-Senegal,

Session 4:

 Mr. James Hsui,
Legal Counsel & Director of Programmes, African Renaissance
and Diaspora Network (ARDN)
 Closing Statements:

Mrs Oumy Cantome Sarr,
 Capacity building officer, VLF-Senegal,

- Dr Djibril Diallo,
 President and CEO, Africa Renaissance and Diaspora Network (ARDN)
Red Card Pledge
Red Card Pledge




The FIFA Women's World Cup 2019, hosted by France, has highlighted women's outstanding achievements in sports and generated enthusiasm on all continents.

 Yet while the world applauded the skills of women on the pitch, around the globe billions of women and girls were experiencing and still experience numerous forms of discrimination and violence too often disregarded.

 They are deprived of basic rights proclaimed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, denied opportunities, and suffer physica
l and emotional abuse.

 It prevents them from living truly fulfilling lives and also hampers social, economic and health progress for all human beings.

This is why several teams engaged in the Cup decided, with the support of FIFA, to give a red card to all forms of discrimination and violence against women and girls everywhere in the world, and to invite men and women all over the world to follow suit.

Together with
UN Women,
 the French Presidential Council for Africa
 and the
they call for signing the
"Equal Light"
appeal and pledge and living up to that commitment.

If you are ready, add your name.

A red card in soccer spotlights and helps prevent unfair
or dangerous behaviour.

We, therefore, give the RED CARD to discrimination and violence against women and girls in all forms and in all countries.

We commend all governments for committing on 25 September 2015 at the United Nations to achieve - by 2030 at the latest
- 17 "Sustainable Development Goals"

 in order to end poverty and hunger; reduce inequality; build peaceful, just and inclusive societies; protect the planet and its natural resources; and generate decent work for all.

​We appeal to women and men around the globe to help reach Goal number 5 for achieving gender equality everywhere and empowering all women and girls.

​We urge individuals, associations, enterprises, local and regional authorities, governments and intergovernmental bodies - to make this an absolute priority.
It is long overdue, and it is a prerequisite for reaching other
Sustainable Development Goals.

​We pledge to fully respect every other human being, regardless of gender, culture, colour, language, social origin, birth, property or religion, hence to put an end to all forms of discrimination and violence against
 women and girls.

​This will enable everyone to stand together in an Equal Light of progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals

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