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Achieving Gender Equality and Economic Empowerment through Nurse Migration–A CSW66 Side Event

15 March 2022 @ 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDT


The United Nations sixty-sixth session on the Commission on the Status of Women is scheduled to commence from 14 through 25 March 2022.  The NGO CSW Forum runs parallel to the official session and provides civil society the opportunity to engage in the processes and CSW sessions.

As part of the NGO CSW Forum 66, CGFNS International Inc., proudly presents its virtual Parallel Event:

Achieving Gender Equality and Economic Empowerment through Nurse Migration.

When: 15 March 2022, 12:00-1:30pm (EST)

Where: Zoom Webinar (Register Here)

The Parallel Event’s Program will include:

  • Introductory remarks from CoNGO’s President on the role of civil society and nurses in advancing the UN agenda
  • Current global nurse migration landscape
  • The immense contributions of nurses and nurse migrants
  • How nurses and nurse migrants advance the UN Agenda
  • The work of CGFNS in nursing, migration, and ethical recruitment spheres
  • A panel discussion featuring four migrant nurses from India, Nigeria, the Philippines, and Venezuela

Speakers will include:

  • Rev. Dr. Liberato Bautista, President, Conference of NGOs in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations (CoNGO)
  • Dr. Franklin Shaffer, President & CEO, CGFNS International
  • RADM Kerry Nesseler (ret), Strategic Public Policy Advisor, CGFNS international
  • Dr. Frances Hughes, Director, Global Strategic Initiatives, CGFNS International
  • Four nurse migrants from India, Nigeria, the Philippines, and Venezuela

If you are interested in attending, or for more information about the event and its participants, please Click Here and register today. This event is free and open to anyone who is interested in attending.

Thank you for your support of the NGO CSW Forum 66, and our eagerly awaited, interesting and inspiring discussion on 15 March!


CoNGO Notes: For information about collaborative work of NGOs on the issues above and related matters, visit the substantive committees related to CoNGO. Visit here for specific information about the NGO Committee on Status of Women/New YorkNGO Committee on Status of Women Vienna, and the NGO Committee on Status of Women Geneva. For information about the event organizer, visit CGFNS.