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1st German-Arab Women's Network Forum

In the West, the EMA region is perceived as exclusively dominated by males. However, there are successful female entrepreneurs and women in leading positions in Saudi Arabia or Libya, women who have acheived a distinguisehd status in their societies and who serve as a role model. Many of them face the same challenges as women in Germany, even though the environment in which they work is very different at times due to cultural differences. Togehther with you, we want to discuss the similarities, differences and the challenges that successful women face world-wide.

You are invited to the

 

1st German-Arab Women's Network Forum

Leading women for sustainable economic growth

Under the Patronage of HRH Princess Sumaya bint el Hassan, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

Hamburg Chamber of Commerce

12th of April, 2012, 09.00 to 18.00

 

The Forum offers women from Germany and the EMA region an opportunity to create new networks and to exchange opinions and ideas about the working conditions of women in both regions.

We are extremely pleased to welcome, amongst others, Haifa Fahoum Al Kaylani, founder and chairwoman of the Arab International Women's Forum, and Dr. Samar Fatany, Chief Broadcaster at Jeddah Broadcasting, who are participating in designing the Forum. On the German side, Dr. Dorothee Stapelfeldt, Secong Mayor of Hamburg and Senator for Science and Research, and Angelika Pohlenz, Seceretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce ICC Deutschland e.V., will be holding keynote speeches.

The 1st German-Arab Women's Netwrk Forum is based on an initiative by Prof. Dr Horst H. Siedentopf, the EMA's President. It is a joint event of the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce and the EMA. The Forum is supported by WMD (European Women’s Management Development International Network) e.V, the "Vereinigung für Frauen im Management e.V." and the "Verband deutscher Unternehmerinnen e.V. (VdU)".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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