LAB 2 - No pressure! Can political parties make parity a priority?
Sponsored by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), tbc
20 November 2018 - 9.30-11.30 - room 1 - Interpretation: FR/EN
What are the processes through which candidates are placed high up on party lists for election, especially in those constituencies where candidates from specific parties have good chances of being elected? Can third parties take over the audit for political parties respect of gender equality principles? Are the “old-boys-networks” of political parties so strong that new social movements should take their place? What can the public do to increase pressure on parties to bring more women into leadership positions and to defend policies that are representative of the diversity of women’s interests?
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