PNG 2017 Women Candidates – survey on what worked and what did not

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PNG 2017 Women Candidates – survey on what worked and what did not

PNG 2017 Women Candidates – survey on what worked and what did not

At the June 2017 PNG National Elections, no women were elected to the 10th PNG Parliament. UNDP organised a Forum on Women Candidates’ Participation in the PNG National Elections from 17-18 August to draw attention to the issue of women’s lack of representation and identify strategies for addressing this problem. In advance of the Forum, UNDP and UN Women shared a PNG Women Candidates Survey on Facebook on 15 August 2017 that was intended to assist in diagnosing the challenges women face and finding responses to address them. Links are provided to a word summary of the results of the Survey, as well as an overview Powerpoint Presentation.

Author: Women Candidates Survey Results - Summary

Institution: UNDP-UNWomen

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Author: Women Candidates Survey PowerPoint Presentation

Institution: UNDP-UNWomen

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