Montreal International Women's Conference

Friday, August 13, 2010 - 16:00 to Monday, August 16, 2010 - 16:00
Centre 7400
7400 Saint-Laurent
Montreal
Canada
45° 32' 8.0736" N, 73° 37' 13.4508" W
CA

Montreal International Women's Conference

Women of Diverse Origins and the International Coordinating body invites you to
register now for the Montreal International Women's Conference taking place August
13-16 2010.

Women from around the world will gather under the theme: For a Global Militant
Women's Movement in the 21st Century! They will review the last 100 years of the
women's movement, honour its pioneers and draw up an action plan to advance the
movement, with the forming of an International Women's Alliance.

At a time when wars and violence against women are raging, as inequalities and
social injustice reign and the systemic crisis continues, it is time more than
ever to unite in a movement that brings together women of all races and cultures
with an international perspective, to oppose war and promote human progress and
social justice. The event will take place in Montreal from August 13-16 and will
bring in delegates from all over the world: workers and intellectuals, women from
the peasantry and farmers. youth, indigenous women, immigrants, refugees and
displaced persons and anti-imperialist activists. Please see our internet site for
some of the bbiographies of speakers.

For more information and to register now, please visit our site :
http://miwc2010.wordpress.com/

Be there. Be heard. Be part of it!

Registration fees cover the documentation and the souvenir program, lunches for
three days, the opening ceremonies and the Solidarity Night with meal. Group rates
are available.

Registration fees also help pay for transportation of speakers from the Global
South.

wdofdo@gmail.com
http://miwc2010.wordpress.com/

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