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“In striving to empower Arab women and realise their human rights we are fighting for the freedom to be fully and completely human, without need for permission or persuasion.”

- Dr. Benita Ferrero-Waldner,Commissioner for External Relations and European Neighbourhood Policy.

AIWF Conference at the European Parliament, Brussels, April 2005

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AIWF Paris, France Conference

From Partnership to Prosperity: Women in the Arab World, France and the International Community at the Paris Chamber of Commerce
March 2009

CONFERENCE PARTNERS

Ministry for the Economy, Industry and Employment Greater Paris Investment Agency

CONFERENCE HOSTS

The Arab International Women’s Forum wishes to extend a special acknowledgment and deep appreciation to Her Excellency Mrs Christine Lagarde, Minister for the Economy, Industry and Employment and Mr ThierryJacquillat, Chairman of the Greater Paris Investment Agency for their most valued support in kindly hosting the AIWF 2009 Paris Conference.

The Arab International Women’s Forum wishes to recognise with much appreciation the outstanding support and contribution of the Greater Paris Investment Agency in making the AIWF 2009 Conference in Paris a reality.

The Arab International Women’s Forum Board of Trustees and members extend their sincere acknowledgment and thanks to Her Excellency Mrs Lagarde, Minister for the Economy, Industry and Employment and Mr Thierry Jacquillat, Chairman of the Greater Paris Investment Agency.

We would like to extend a particular note of appreciation and thanks to Mrs Chiara Corazza, Managing Director of the Greater Paris Investment Agency.

AIWF GLOBAL CORPORATE CONFERENCE PARTNERS

AIWF is proud to have the support of Global Corporate Conference Partners for their generous

support and cooperation for the 2009 Conference Programme.

PRINCIPAL PARTNER

PepsiCo International

PROGRAMME PARTNER

Total

CONFERENCE MEDIA PARTNER

Euronews



A special acknowledgment with grateful thanks goes to the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Institut de France, Hermès, Féau, Mellerio, Léonard and the Galeries Lafayette