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The variable analysis ("fiches variables") you present here will help us to identify the long term issues, the problems and the possible solutions linked to the 37 variables in relation with your country, region or community. They will be analysed in order to build the Millennia2015 Action Plan that will be finalized during the international conference organized at the UNESCO in December 2011.
We appreciate your contribution. We suggest you to collect different testimonies to present the situation as precisely as possible. It will also be interesting to study the chosen variables in interaction with others that complete them, in order to identify crossed impacts which emerge from the analysis.
1. Register on Millennia2015 www.millennia2015.org/Community_Registration.
2. You will receive a login by email.
3. Connect as a member with your login.
4. Open the questions related to the variable(s) you have analyzed.
5. Answer to the questions: the red star means that the answer is compulsory: it is important to answer every question. You can complete the questionnaire in several times if it helps you. If you leave some questions unanswered, simply write "---" in the special box or tell us when you will provide the answer and do not forget to do it in time.
CAUTION: It is prudent to prepare your answers in a document (.doc or .txt) and to copy/paste the answers into the form afterwards in order not to lose your responses in case of irregular connection.
6. Tell us which source-variables (see the link) are relevant for your analysis.
7. Add documents to illustrate your analysis.
8. Publish your result: click on "soumettre" (submit).
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any question about this research whose results are important for all women on the long run in solidarity!
Marie-Anne Delahaut and Millennia2015 Team
delahaut.marie-anne [at] institut-destree.eu
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Your contribution is very important for Millennia2015's foresight research process. We are conscious of the magnitude of this research and already thank you to finalize this work as soon as possible.
All the contributions will be taken into account, valorized and published by Millennia2015. The contributors who will provide a detailed research work for several variables will be contacted to participate to the international conference organized under the auspices of the UNESCO in Paris in December 2011 for the "knowledge process" (KP2011) phase of Millennia2015.
Define and explain the title of this variable on the basis of the context (country, region, community, ...) in which you evolve (with women's point of view).
How has this variable influenced - or not - women's empowerment during the last 10 (or 20) years?
What is the impact of this variable on women's daily life in your country, region or community, as well as on their participation to ongoing development and progress?
To what extent can the elements of this variable stop the process of women's empowerment and their active contribution to desirable futures?
How will this variable modify the status of women's empowerment as well as their role in society in 2025?
As an example, formulate some (3, 4 ou 5) alternative hypothesis of evolution at the horizon 2025.
What are the issues of this variable for women? What have they to lose or gain?
Provide concrete examples showing the interest of taking this variable into account in the assumptions or alternatives of the future.(Why should this variable be taken into account as a priority in the assumptions or alternatives of the future?)
List the sources of information that you present, the bibliography and the useful links.
Documents, pictures or videos may be added below.
For each studied question, it will be useful to identify the corresponding source-variables in the Millennia2015 IT2008 report (www.millennia2015.org/Methode).
=> the specific source-variables are listed at the bottom of every variable's presentation
Do you feel personally concerned by the studied variable?
Not at allA littleModeratelyDeeplyExtremely
Does this variable actually represent a priority for women in the society in which you operate?
Should this variable be part of the priorities for the construction of scenarios of the future by 2025?
Are you part of the age group:
Which State, region or province are you from?
In which State, region or province do you live?
The opinion and analysis presented here represent:
my own opinionour associationour communityour regionour country
in my association - my community - my country - my region:
You can add 1 to 3 document(s) to your analysis (pdf or jpg).
Detail the references of every document (First name and last name of the author, title, editor, place and date of edition, source, comments, link, ...)
Thank you for your contribution!
Head of Millennia2015, director of research at The Destree Institute, head of the Information Society Unit
The Destree Institute
http://www.institut-destree.eu/9, avenue Louis Huart - B 5000 Namur, Wallonia (Belgium)Tel. +32(0)81/234.397.
Millennia2025 Women and Innovation Foundation, Public Utility Foundationin Special consultative status with the United Nations ECOSOC since 2019
Fondation Millennia2025 Femmes et Innovation, Fondation d'utilité publiqueen statut consultatif spécial auprès de l'ECOSOC des Nations Unies depuis 2019
The Destree Institute, NGO official partner of UNESCO (consultative status) and in Special consultative status with the United Nations ECOSOC since 2012
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