24 February 22
Almudena CASTRO-GIRONA, Yolande FOLDAH, Karina SALIERNO, Anne DE MATHAREL, Nietta KEANE, Valentina RUBERTELLI, Mahoua KONE, Olga Sánchez Cordero, Prita SUYUDI, Cristina Armella, Elodie Letouche, Elena Bevilacqua, Rita Caffelli
Argentina, Côte D'ivoire, France, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain
Second session: Human Rights and Leadership
Notary Law/International Union of Notaries
The First International Forum of reflection on the role of women notaries in the 21st century look at the role of women notaries in the UINL, in their Notariats and in their respective communities.
The aim is to analyse the aspects of human rights, continuing education, ethical values, leadership, and then to disseminate conclusions in the form of a good practice guide to be used by future generations in the implementation of an equitable professional notarial organisation.
All women notaries of the member notariats of the UINL are invited to participate in this forum on gender equality in the Notariat in order to make visible and rethink the role of women notaries nowadays.
The Forum takes place through four themes during two virtual conferences and concludes with a closing webinar.
Each theme is addressed in the form of a dialogue with the women notaries participating in the Forum to discuss the difficulties encountered, the challenges met and the tools used to solve certain situations.
Not. Dra. Cristina N. ARMELLA, President of the UINL
Theme III - Women notaries and human rights
The representation of women in international human rights instruments.
Women's access to and contribution to social progress.
The fight against all forms of human rights violations.
With a particular focus on the protection of vulnerable people.
Europe: Almudena CASTRO-GIRONA (Spain) – President of the UINL Human Rights Commission
Africa: Yolande FOLDAH (Ivory Coast) - Rural land, women and social cadets in vulnerable situations
America: Karina SALIERNO (Argentina) - Vulnerability, intersectionality and violence against women. Legal tools for the protection of women's human rights.
Women notaries and the elderly/the minors
Anne DE MATHAREL, Head of the gifts and life insurance programme for UNICEF France - The collaboration of notaries with UNICEF on their "Legacy Program"
Nietta KEANE, The Hague Conference – HCCH 2000 Convention on the Protection of Adults
Theme IV - Women's leadership in the notarial field
The characteristics of female leadership.
Women as agents of transformation.
Women's leadership in the notarial field.
Overcoming structural, cultural and social, external and internal barriers.
Women's leadership is linked to the progress of the notarial institution, collegiate organizations and UINL itself.
Europe: Valentina RUBERTELLI (Italy) – Commission "Pari Opportunità" of the italian National Notarial Council
Africa: Mahoua KONE (Ivory Coast)
America: Special guest Mrs. Olga Sánchez Cordero, President of the Senate (Mexico)
Asia: Prita SUYUDI (Indonesia)
women notaries - gender equality - human rights - leadership
English, French, Spanish
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