APGF Womens Network Webinar series

In 2018, the Asia Pacific Womens Network held a number of Webinars featuring Green women from around the globe.  Each woman brought a wealth of experience and knoweldge to issues of great importance to Green women around the world.  This series has been so successful that we have continued it through 2019 and 2020.  Here you will find the archived films of these webinars, and please, check back often for updates of the most recent webinars.

June APGFWN Webinar:

Facilitating and organizing meetings

The Greens are often the first to raise an issue of significance when it arises in a local community.
Anita Nautiyal:

Setting up Women network in Green Parties/Countries

Anita Nautiyal is the co-Founder of the India Greens Party (IGP) and is the Gender Equity Project Coordinator for the Asia-Pacific Greens Federation.
Nathalie Pinson:

Gender Equity in Asia Pacific

Nathalie Pinson completed her report for APGFWN on "Gender Equity in Asia Pacific" . This report analyses Gender Equity and Women’s political participation in the Asia Pacific Region.
Dr. Mansee Bal Bhargawa:

Time has Arrived for Women to Lead

Dr. Mansee Bal Bhargava is a keen political observer and has been raising her voice on gender-sensitive issues. She has twenty-five years of independent practice in several areas including entrepreneurship, research, and education.
Marie Laufise:

Women in Local Government Councillor

Marie was elected in October 2016 to the Dunedin City Council(DCC) in the South Island of New Zealand for 3 years.
Dr. Mehreen Faruqi:

The many facets of being a woman parliamentarian

Dr Mehreen Faruqi is the Senator in the Australian parliament representing the state of New South Wales. The first Muslim woman elected to any Australian parliament, Senator Faruqi is a career engineer and life-long activist for social and environmental justice.
Christine Milne:

Women working in key roles within Green parties

Christine is Global Greens Ambassador, former parliamentary leader Australian Green party. She speaks on Women working in key roles within Green parties.
Saruul Tovuusuren:

WOMEN'S RIGHT ARE HUMAN RIGHTS, APRIL 2020

Saruul Tovuusuren is a Lawyer working on human rights and environmental protection and Head of the Mongolian Green Party Women's Group, and APGF Women's Network Co-Convenor.
Ade Indriani Zuchri:

Running a Green Party as a Women President, February 2020

Ade Zuchri is the Chairperson of the Indonesia Green Union since 2017 to the present day.
Dorothy Nalubega:

The Role of women in Setting up Green parties, December 2019

Dorothy Nalubega is the Executive Director of the Ecological party of Uganda as well as the African Coordinator for the Global Greens Women’s network.
Pasang Dolma Sherpa:

Indigenious People and climate change, October 2019

Pasang Dolma Sherpa, Executive Director of the Center for Indigenous Peoples' Research (CIPRED) has been working in the area of Climate Change and natural resources management with indigenous and . . .
Shin-Jiye:

Feminist Leader of Green Party Korea, August 2019

Shin Jiye is the current Co-leader of Green Party Korea and was Former co-leader of Green Party Seoul.
Christine Milne:

An Activist Life in Politics & as Global Greens Ambassador, June 2019

Christine Milne AO was appointed as the Global Greens Ambassador following her lifetime’s work in Green politics, environmental, climate and social justice activism.
Nikki Berry:

Making a room for every woman and girl, April 2019

Nikki Berry is the convener of the Aoraki Province which covers the city of Christchurch (NZ) and surrounding countryside
Ella Prihatini:

Women in Parliament February 2019

Ella S. Prihatini is a veteran journalist and in her last semester of Ph.D. at the University of Western Australia (UWA), Perth.
Sana Contractor:

Maternity Health of marginalised women, November 2018

Sana Contractor is a public health researcher working on the field of sexual and reproductive health, with a focus on inequities and concerns of marginalised and socially excluded communities.
Kyinzom Dhondue:

Tibetan Parliamentarian in-exile, October 2018

Kyinzom Dhondue is an activist and a proud member of the new generation of Tibetans living in exile working to advance the Tibetan freedom struggle, . . .
Catherine Delahunty:

Women and Water September 2018

Catherine Delahunty has been activist all her adult life in Environmental issues, Social justice and Recognition of Indigenous Rights.
Clare Dubois:

Women standing for the forests, trees, sisters, August 2018

Clare Dubois is the founder of TreeSisters.org, a feminine nature based organisation inspiring the world’s women to take shared leadership around tropical reforestation.
Meth H. Jimenez:

Combating Climate Change is fighting for Women's Rights, July 2018

Ms. Meth H. Jimenez is Secretary-General at SARILAYA. SARILAYA, formed in 1994 by women activists who survived the martial law dictatorship of the Marcos Regime.
Metiria Turei:

Increasing Womens visibility in Green Parties June 2018

Metiria Turei was a member of parliament for the Green Party Aotearoa New Zealand from 2002 to 2017 and its co-leader from 2009.
Vesna Jusup:

Walking the talk - Supporting women in Green Parties May 2018

Vesna has joined young greens in 2006 and ever since worked hard to understand, promote and expand Green agenda.