GLOBAL WOMEN’S PEACE SUMMIT 2014, Sept. 21 (TICKETS)

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GENERAL ENTRY PASS ONLY $20


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“PEACE …. is an inside Job”

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On September 21, 2014, we will be hosting our GLOBAL WOMEN’S PEACE SUMMIT 2014.

Catherine Anne Clark, Founder of A Celebration of Women™ (ACOW) with over 650+ in its global Alumni of WOMEN of ACTION™, women leaders in activism/philanthropy on all continents and an estimated readership of over 3 million, is partnering with Vinanti Sarkar, Founder of VOWW (New York). Together, ACOW and VOWW have teamed up to organize the 1st Global Women’s Peace Summit 2014 on 21 September in Toronto, Canada, with both ACOW and VOWW members participating as speakers, two arriving from Egypt and Malawi (Africa).

This very special day is designed to celebrate INTERNATIONAL WORLD PEACE DAY 2014 through a celebration of Women Empowering Women, and as powers of example they embrace the responsibility of empowering our youth, specifically our young women/girls.

  • You are going to be enthralled with our agenda for this day, including three Amazing Speakers with messages of peace that will warm your hearts and inspire you into Action. Our Agenda running from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM will fill you with inspiration beyond your wildest dreams.
  • VIP PLATED BRUNCH (included in ticket price) will be served to your table at 11:10 AM after our film has been watched … on onto our Amazing Speakers!
  • We have a couple of youth surprise performances for you, as well!
  • The day’s schedule will end at 2:00 PM enabling our Second Hour of Sponsor Exhibitors, networking and prizes galore!!!

VOWW has been and is forming a strong network of women CEOs/Chairpersons, investment bankers, and owners of websites, including women’s organizations in major capital cities, including UN/NGOs, governments, CSR agencies, with two dozen VOWW members’ Public Relation/Advertising/ Multimedia, Book/Translations/Documentation Publishing women-owned companies, estimated over 100,000 – 1,000,000 links (for example, one CEO flew to New York to negotiate being part of VOWW with her memberships of over 900,000 small-medium-and-large businesses owned by women in her African country).

A second VOWW’s member has created a software that translates “any video, any language” simultaneously, and returned from India having completed 19 official States languages translations from English. A third member is working on a pilot project which will “prevent millions of women dying during pregnancy and at child-birth” by using cell-phones and video technologies. This pilot project can become a unique transfer of technology into Africa, Latin America and other parts of the developing world.

 

SPECIAL KEYNOTE: Sohair Soukkary, Deputy Director of United Nations Women’s Guild

ABOUT US
THE CALL OF THE UN TO REBUILD THE WORLD: A TINY GROUP’S RESPONSE (1948-1960)

On April twelfth, 1948, there was great jubilation among the women of a small sewing group in Great Neck, N.Y. They had formed an association to help the needy children, mostly in war-torn Europe. A memorandum had just arrived from the United Nations permitting them to add “United Nations” to their title, thus recognizing the group as an affiliate of the most prestigious world body. The significance of the memorandum conferred honour and responsibility on them. They welcomed their new status with awe; they also considered it their reward and challenge. Immediately, they proceeded to place their house on a footing worthy of its name – “The United Nations Women’s Guild.” ~ Read More

MARCH TOWARDS THE 21ST CENTURY (1980 – 1995)

The purpose of the Guild has remained the same. It anchored itself steadfastly to the welfare of the needy children avoiding any kind of politial or sectarian controversies that were swirling around all over the world during the cold war. But its focus shifted from regional to international, and to keep up the pace with the enormity of the needs of the children, it stretched its arms as far as it could. Consequently, the fund-raising activites required tremendous efforts on its part and a knowledge of the facts of life beyond its doorstep became imperative. ~ Read More

SELF-RELIANCE IN CHARITABLE WORK: A NEW WAY (1960 – 1980)

It was a new era for the United Nations Women’s Guild.

For the first time, an itemized list of donations appeared in the 1962 newsletter. The five groups (Great Neck, Parkway Village, Manhattan, the Secretariat and Westchester) provided $1,242.00 to eleven charities. On that list was a contribution of $425 to buy equipment for the Handicapped Centre in Leopoldville in the Congo near to where the late Secretary-General, Dag Hammarskjold, had been killed in a plane crash. By comparison, 1980 accounts showed donations of more than $33,000 to seventy seven different hospitals, child care centres, schools, orphanages and children’s projects. ~ Read More

OUR BRANCHES – Geneva, Rome, Jamaica, Peru, Vienna

 

Dedicated to Mother Teresa ~ wonderful end to a life changing day!

 
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*** SPECIAL PRESENTATION – GIRL RISING 2013 ***


 

 

Montecassino Hotel and Event Venue

ADDRESS: 3710 Chesswood Dr Toronto ON M3J2W4 Canada
TIME: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM (Registration Open at 8:00 AM)
DATE: SEPTEMBER 21, 2014
INQUIRIES: 647 393-2125

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TICKETS – Price All Inclusive (No Tax Extra)

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM REGISTRATION & Vendor Exhibits Open with Coffee/Tea served.
9:00 AM – 9:30 AM GREETINGS & OPENING POEM
9:30 – 11:10 AM – FEATURED FILM “Girl Rising”
11:10 AM – 12:00 PM – VIP PLATED BRUNCH
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM – Amazing Speakers!
1:30 – 1:45 PM – Mother Nature Break
1:45 – 2:00 PM – Thank speaker gifts & Closing Prayer
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM – Networking, Prizes and Vendor Exhibits!

ORDER YOUR TICKETS TODAY!

GENERAL ENTRY PASS ONLY $20

 
ADMIT ONE


GENERAL ENTRY ONLY



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