This consultation closed on February 28th, 2019 and the discussions are no longer accepting comments. If you would like to contact the organisers of the Online Global Consultation for the Tunis Forum on Gender Equality, please email email@example.com.
We thank all our Moderators for facilitating the discussion and synthesising the outcomes.
Many thanks to all those who took the time to comment on the discussions.
It is our pleasure to welcome you to the on-line consultation on the Tunis Forum for Gender Equality 2019. This consultation will take place from 1 – 28 February 2019. This consultation provides an opportunity for all those interested in gender equality to influence the agenda of the Tunis Forum for Gender Equality and contribute to the global debate for 2019 and 2020.
The Tunisia forum will be a follow up to the Stockholm Forum held in April 2018. The focus in Tunisia will be on reclaiming the gender agenda before Beijing +25. We will be looking for the key participation of women and men under 35 who can help frame priorities for the future.
Women’s participation in local government has been increasing over the world, with prominent female mayors in Paris, Barcelona, Yingtan, Montreal, Lucknow etc. as well as Tunis. The Tunis Gender Equality Forum will explore the potential transformative role of women participating in local spaces/local government; in helping render cities safer for women; in working towards more sustainable cities and in re-envisioning transportation systems and public spaces so that they respond to the differing needs of all sections of the population, whatever their gender, age or physical ability.
To take this discussion forward, we propose the following two questions:
Remember, those who are particularly engaged in the online consultation may also receive an invitation to attend in person. If you would like to recommend individuals, preferably from different areas of society, who would be relevant and interested in being invited to the Tunis Forum, please visit use this form (the deadline is 20th February 2019).
We look forward to a lively and engaged discussion.