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Fondation Millennia2025 Femmes et Innovation 

Millennia2025 Solidarity-Women

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Université de Namur

The concrete actions of the Millennia2025 Women and Innovation Foundation, PUF


International Action-conférence

Millennia2025 Solidarity-Women "Your solidarity for our future"

Saturday, 25 April 2015, 9:30-17:30

Salle académique de la Faculté d'informatique de l'Université de Namur


  Proceedings                                                     => Photos


   Memorandum and resolution of Millennia2025 Solidarity-Women             =>


=> Pdf file: Memorandum and Resolution of Millennia2025 Solidarity-Women 


=> Signatories        => The application form: I add my signature!



=> Summary published by UN WOMEN for the Commission on the Status of Women - CSW90


The Millennia2025 Women and Innovation Foundation,



01.  Recalling that Millennia2025 Solidarity-Women results from Millennia2015 Action Plan for women's empowerment and gender equality  built with the patronage of UNESCO in December 2012 as part of the international foresight research process Millennia2015 "Women actors of development for the global challenges" led by The Destree Institute since 2007 (;



02.  Implementing the concrete action Millennia2025 Solidarity-Women which aims to help women in precarious situations to escape poverty and, consequently, to fight against all forms of psychological, physical and economic violence;



03.  Proposing to establish innovative win-win partnerships with all stakeholders and generate a Citizen Solidarity Fund to improve the daily lives of women in precarious situations and therefore of their children;



04.  Considering its willingness to work with the Millennia2025 International Voluntary Researchers Network, in collaboration with all the organizations or networks working for gender equality and women's empowerment;



05.  Reflecting together on how to build Millennia2025 Solidarity-Women during the International action-conference organized at the Academic Hall of the Faculty of Computer Science of the University of Namur Saturday, April 25, 2015;



06.  Reaffirming that women and girls are autonomous, self-determining beings with independent capacity for directing their own lives; that whatever their status, including single parenthood or being at risk, they have a right to dignity, privacy and their own choices in life and determining their own life-directions; that they have a right to their dignity, their privacy, their choices of life and development; and that the energy they generate to improve the conditions of their daily lives and that of their children must be supported as essential for the future of our society;



07.  Regretting that poverty mainly affects women, yet is not inevitable and people who are victimized deserve respect and are entitled to non-judgemental support and acknowledgement of the dangers and risks confronting them;



08.  Confirming its willingness to use all pedagogical tools at all educational levels to affirm  that women have the same human rights as men, that women participate in parity to decision-making and political, economic, societal choices to  build a just, equitable, sustainable society;



09.  Considering that, if we do not fight together against structural poverty today, we will perpetuate an unequal society without any future prospects for future generations;




10.  Recommends that poverty should be subjected to gendered analysis and answers since gender inequality is a crucial factor sustaining poverty in the North as in the South;



11.  Urges boys and men to mobilize for gender equalitywomen's empowerment and respect of women and girls' human rights, including working to ensure the deconstruction of gender stereotypes and ending violence against women and girls;



12.  Recommends sustained analysis of the causes of poverty to prevent women, particularly as heads of single-parent families, falling into the cycle of financial and economic danger;



13.  Recommends guaranteeing respect of women's rights and legal autonomy so that they do not become victims of traditionalism, conservatism and patriarchy in their access toeducation, traininginformationhealth and employment;



14.  Insists that all tools and processes capable of ending poverty be built in collaboration with the persons concerned in order to generate their command of these mechanisms in their private life;



15.  Calls on the stakeholders to mobilize to develop a new "co" modelcooperation, collaboration, coaction, co-construction or co-working, transcending the individual through creative solidarity in an holistic ("circular") economy;



16.  Urges all stakeholders to censure, denounce and prevent all violence against women - verbal, psychological, physical, sexual, economic -, and to prosecute and sentence the perpetrators by all legal means, in the North as in the South;



17.  Confirms its commitment to work with the Council of Europe and its INGOs for the implementation of the Istanbul Convention to address violence against women and domestic violence;



18.  Recommends the definitive implementation of equal pay between men and women, beginning with low-paid industries;



19.  Recommends securing the economic empowerment of women and their inclusion in economic decision-making processes through both opportunities for training and employment, and by upgrading laws encompassing women's rights;



20.  Recommends incorporating equality of women and men into the formulation, interpretation and enforcement of all laws, bearing in mind that gender equality policies constitute a long-term investment;



21.  Recommends developing and implementing communications media to ensure access to information for all women: each woman with internet access and mobile phone, particularly in all spheres of health and eHealth;



22.  Recommends strengthening the skills of women in the digital world, an essential tool for their empowerment, particularly through partnerships within the citizen intelligence platform Millennia2025 and the communities of knowledge network, in alliance with WePROMIS in the framework of the European Commission Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs and eSkills4Jobs Programme


The Millennia2025 International Voluntary Researchers Network

Namur, 25.04-2015 - 09.11.2015.


English version thanks to the advice of the Hon. Dr Jocelynne Annette Scutt 


 => The application form: I add my signature!




First signatories : 05.11.2015


=> Full list of signatories


Alphabetical order :



∨  Aderomou Aguessy,

Président, HCARE ong, Cotonou, Bénin,



∨  Dr Caterina Berbenni-Rehm,
PROMIS@Service S.à.r.l., Luxembourg,



  Marie-Anne Delahaut,

Présidente fondatrice et CEO, Fondation Millennia2025 Femmes et Innovation, FUPu,

Directrice de recherche, responsable du Pôle Société de l'information,  Institut Destrée, Namur, Wallonie, Belgique,

President, founder and CEO, Millennia2025 Women and Innovation Foundation, PUF,

Director of research, head of the Information Society Unit, The Destree Institute, Namur, Wallonia, Belgium,



  Nicolas Destatte,

Employé, informaticien, Vedrin, Belgique


  Marilyn Droog,

CEO, Aquamalika by Abunde s.c.r.l., Brussels, Belgium -



  Anne Gadisseur,

Coordinatrice Féminin PME, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgique,



  Christine Gonay,

vice-présidente UAW (Union des Agricultrices Wallonnes), Belgique,



  Gwenaëlle Grovonius,

Députée fédérale, Maison des Parlementaires, Bruxelles,



  Justin Hagena Kakumba,

Business Coach and StartUp facilitator, Global chairman at the World Congress of Global Partnership for Young Women,

Responsable de Millennia2025 en Région des Grands Lacs, DOT-Rwanda, Gisenyi, Rwanda,



  Afaf Hemamou,

Présidente de GENDER asbl, Bruxelles,

Membre du Comité exécutif de Millennia2025 Solidari-Femmes, Volontaire de la Fondation Millennia2025 Femmes et Innovation, FUPu,



  Miroye Kizamie,

Coordinatrice-Animatrice, Comité Afro Européen ASBL,  Namur, Belgique,

Membre du Comité exécutif de Millennia2025 Solidari-Femmes, Volontaire de la Fondation Millennia2025 Femmes et Innovation, FUPu,



  Toussaint Yénoukoumè Honvou,

Coordonnateur ONG Communauté Millennia2015 Bénin,

Président de l'Association Béninoise Pour la Promotion des Orphelins et Enfants Abandonnés (A.BE.E.A),

ONG Communauté Millennia2015 Bénin, Porto-Novo, Bénin,  www.millennia2015/benin



  Dr Germain Manzekele Bin Kitoko,

Assistant en Psychiatrie Cnpp/unikin, Master complémentaire UCL, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgique



  Fiona Marlow,

Director, Cloud Babies, Sandringham, Victoria, Australia,



  Anne Nègre,

Gender Equality Expert, Conference of INGOs - Council of Europe,

Experte Egalité entre les Femmes et les Hommes, Conférence OING - Conseil de l'Europe,



  Vien Nguyen,

Chargée de recherche et plaidoyer genre et développement au CNCD-11.11.11 et coordinatrice de la plateforme BE-Gender, Bruxelles, Belgique,



  Hélène Ryckmans,

Sénatrice et Députée de Wallonie et de la Communauté française, Chastre, Belgique,



  The Hon. Dr Jocelynne Annette Scutt,

Barrister & Human Rights Lawyer, Victorian Bar and Inner Temple, London;

Visiting Professor & Senior Teaching Fellow, University of Buckingham;

County Councillor, Cambridgeshire County Council, Cambridge



  Dr Véronique Inès Thouvenot,

Fondation Millennia2025, Co-Fondatrice et Directrice Scientifique, Bureau de Délégation de la Fondation à Genève, Suisse,



  Thérèse Van Hoof,

Secrétaire du Conseil wallon de l'Egalité entre Hommes et Femmes (CWEHF), Conseil économique et social de Wallonie (CESW), Liège, Belgique,






=> Pdf file: Memorandum and Resolution of Millennia2025 Solidarity-Women 





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