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Women Major Group members present in Bonn and Bali

WECF and 300 other major group and civil society organisation representatives met for 3 days in Bonn at the CSO post 2015 conference and from there many went on to Bali, for the high level panel post 2015 members meeting

26.03.2013 |WICF




WECF and 300 other major group and civil society organisation representatives met for 3 days in Bonn at the CSO post 2015 conference and from there many went on to Bali, where the high level panel post 2015 members meet for the last time, before submitting their report to the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon.

The following important statements were developed with input of the Women Major Group members:

Final Women's Statement and Endorsements

A Red Flag for Post 2015

Civil Society Communique

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