May 16 to 21
The Coordinating Team (CT) of the AWRC is the policy/decision making body of the organization, and is responsible for coordinating, oversight of the affairs of the organization, planning, and appointing any necessary committees. The WSCF AP and AWRC have a historical significance of working together. The Regional Women’s Coordinator of WSCF AP region is co-opted as voting member of the CT. This year the CTM meeting will take place in Indonesia, in May 16-21, and this meeting will be attended by the Regional Women’s Coordinator, WSCF AP.
3rd week of July
The Women’s Pre-Meeting will be a vital place for the women leaders from the national movements who have contributed to the RWP for the last two years in different capacities and the newly nominated women members from the national movements. This meeting will be a place for the young women not only to celebrate our achievements but also to share their concerns/ experiences and struggles while addressing the women’s concerns in their SCMs. The women will critically evaluate the programmes and activities by listening others’ stories. They bring their wisdom and skills to formulate, strategise the programmes for the next 4 years based on their needs, which would strive us to achieve gender justice in the region and transform our vision into a reality. Participants: 10-12 young women from the Asia Pacific Region.
The Objectives are:
Last week of July
Deadline of delegate: May
The WSCF AP Regional Committee (RC) is the highest policy making body of the Federation in the Asia Pacific region. The Meeting will be attended by 25 members, delegates from the affiliated and associated movement of the Federation in Asia and the Pacific, the WSCF AP Chairperson, Vice-chairperson, Exco Members and Regional Staff. The RCM program will include commissions that will deal on topics such Women and Men Partnership, Interfaith, Climate Justice, Migration. An exposure program will also be part of the schedule on the 8 days meeting. We invite the Affiliate and Associate members of WSCF in the Asia Pacific region to select one official delegate to the RCM, prepare nominations for Standing Committee, Human Rights Committee and Regional Women’s Committee.
The Regional Committee shall accomplish the following: