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Sakineh Omrani:

Female lawmakers to partake in UNCSW meeting

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Tehran, March 3, (ICANA) – Iranian lawmaker Sakineh Omrani says that the Women's Fraction of the Iranian Parliament is slated to dispatch two female MPs to the UN Commission of the Status of Women (UNCSW).
Sunday, March 03, 2013 4:48:26 PM
Female lawmakers to partake in UNCSW meeting

The Iranian parliamentarian delegation will include Omrani and Nayyereh Akhavan who will leave for New York later this week to attend the 57th session of UNCSW meeting at the UN headquarters.

"In this summit, the representatives of the Islamic Republic will state Iran's stance on legislative and executive bids to reduce and prevent violence against women," Omrani said.

The Iranian lawmaker added that CDs and catalogues containing the views of the Islamic Republic with regards to women's status would be distributed among the participants of the conference.

In mid 2010, The United Nations elected Iran to its Commission on the Status of Women, handing a four-year seat on the influential human rights body to Tehran.

In the four-year period beginning in 2011, Iran will help set UN policy on gender equality and the advancement of women.

Other countries joining Iran for the term include Belgium, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Estonia, Georgia, Jamaica, Liberia, the Netherlands, Spain, Thailand and Zimbabwe.

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