2016 Gender 360 Summit to focus on engaging adolescent girls and boys in achieving gender equality
FHI 360, in partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Plan International USA, Social Development Direct, MenEngage Alliance, George Washington University's Global Women’s Institute, the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Peace Corps, presents the fourth global Gender 360 Summit. This year’s summit is designated as an official side event to the White House United State of Women Summit, which will take place on June 14, 2016.
This year’s summit will spotlight important development issues affecting adolescent girls and boys. Speakers from around the world — including adolescent girls and boys, youth activists and development experts — will convene to support adolescents' empowerment and leadership, addressing core obstacles such as gender-based violence, and coming up with tangible solutions to help advance gender equality.
Confirmed speakers include Ambassador Catherine M. Russell, U.S. Department of State; Dr. Tessie San Martin, PLAN International USA; Susan Markham, U.S. Agency for International Development; Aldijana Sisic, UN Women; Sarah Hendriks, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; adolescent girl and boy ambassadors; young human rights advocates; and implementers from the Global South among many others.
Join us for expert panel discussions, lightning talks, action-oriented working groups and goal-setting activities. We encourage participation during both days or according to your schedule.
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Use the hashtag #Gender360Summit on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or Instagram to share your thoughts, questions and pictures throughout the summit.
Read the latest from your peers and share your own content – blogs, videos, research, toolkits and more – on the #Gender360Summit digital hub!
FOR MORE INFORMATION
The 2016 Gender 360 Summit will build on conversations from previous summits in June 2014 and 2015, as well as a regional summit on gender-based violence in Bangkok in December 2015.
Visit the Gender 360 Summit website for highlights from previous summits.
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