Women’s Football in South East and East Asia 
The U20 World Cup as a Push Forward?

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Konferenz zur Entwicklung von Zukunftsstrategien für sportliche Teilhabe und Frauenrechte in Südostasien und Ostasien im Anschluss an die U20-Weltmeisterschaft der Frauen in Papua-Neuginea

 

Rückblick auf das Konferenzprogramm:

Tuesday, 4th April: Arrival Day

Wednesday, 5th April: Conference Day 1

Get to know each other / Presentation of all projects/ Presentation of the work about DISCOVER FOOTBALL

Input: from the 2016 U20 World Cup organizers and members of Papua New Guinea Football Association, Linda Wonuhali and Frederica Sakette, with discussion about the effects of the World Cup

Input: from Caitlin Fisher / FIFPRO on FIFPro Women and What They are Doing to Protect Female Players' Rights and Build a Collective Voice

Thursday, 6th April: Conference Day 2

Input and discussion with Mithu M. Sanyal / Journalist and Social Scientist: Recognizing and Overcoming Structural Discrimination Against Women

Input: Monika Staab / Technical Football Expert/Consultant/Instructor (FIFA/UEFA/DFB) about her international work as coach

Discussion about new projects and strategies for the region with the experts Monika Staab and Caitlin Fisher / Impact Paper preparation

Public Panel Discussion "Working for women rights and women soccer structures in the region South-East-Asia"

Friday, 7th April: Conference Day 3

Session about the content of the Impact Paper

Input: Honey Thaljieh / FIFA (tbc)

Presentation and discussion of new projects, claims and ideas for the region from the group, with Honey Thaljieh

Evaluation and closing round

Saturday, 8th April: Departure Day


This project is supported by the Federal Ministry of the Interior

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