This global conferences is meant to foster empowering conversations and connections among women, who are all committed to trying to change the world for the better. The Hague became the powerhouse for massive connections and networking. The theme of the conference was ‘’European Union reinventing itself, women empowerment and inclusion.
The conferences which are held all over the world by the organization WEF is lead by Vinay Rai and Harbeen Arora. Mr. Rai is one of India’s biggest philanthropists, as well as a visionary and incredibly successful businessman. The charismatic Harbeen Arora is the founder of ALL (All Ladies League), the world’s largest all-inclusive ladies chamber, as well as a successful entrepreneur and author.
Over 300 women and men from across the EU and Europe were expected to join, along with delegates from North Africa, Middle East and South Asia. Among speakers were Raisa Ghazi, Dutch- Surinamese economist and political scientist, who also writes a weekly column for DNieuws. Ghazi presented a business plan she had developed on a project which approaches traditional healthcare in a holistic manner. A project which she plans on carrying out in March of 2017.
The conferences was made possible by mr. Ram Ramlal, former CDA politician and deputy mayor, who is now in charge of tightening the economic relationship between the Netherlands and India.
Women who have participated on the conferences expressed that they thoroughly enjoyed the event and that the speakers have shared life changing information and wisdom with them. The conferences are frequently hosted, in different cities all over the world. The next conference takes place on the 31st of January until the second of February in London, UK. If you are interested in joining then please note that you can register for this event through the website of the organization: www.wef.org.in.
The conferences are frequently hosted, in different cities all over the world. The next conference takes place on the 31st of January until the second of February in London, UK.