The World YWCA recognises the importance of internal dialogue and consultations to prepare for successful and meaningful engagement and participation in the 29th World Council.
These opportunities for on-line exchange will allow member associations to ask general questions of the World YWCA and to dialogue on the World Council proposals or other World Council topics.
The conversations will be on the following dates and times, with each being held in a specific official language. You are free to register for the one most convenient for you and in the language of your choice:
- ENGLISH I – Friday, 18 October 2019, 10 am CET – Click here to join – access code: 745-882-429
- FRENCH I – Friday, 18 October 2019, 12 pm CET – Click here to join – access code: 747-988-109
- SPANISH I – Friday, 18 October 2019, 3 pm CET – Click here to join – access code: 975-826-669
- ENGLISH II – Friday, 18 October 2019, 5 pm CET – Click here to join – access code: 327-810-037
CEST: Central European Summer Time – Access to time conversion here
How to Join the Conversations:
All conversations will take place via GoToMeeting, (please access here to the instructions on how to join the meeting). The session will be open 30 minutes prior to the start to enable you to join and test audio equipment, etc., before starting. We encourage you to join as earlier possible prior to the start, particularly if you have not used GoToMeeting before. The conversations will be available afterwards in recorded form should you wish to listen them.
Documentation and Registration Questions:
All the documentation related to the World Council business meeting, programme and logistics are available on the World Council website.
You can also ask questions or make comments in advance, or if you are unable to join the conversations but would you like to register a question to be discussed, please email it to Caterina Lemp, Specialist Governance and Member Services at email@example.com.
We look forward to your active and meaningful participation in this preparative dialogue to strengthen the consultations and decision making process at Council.