DATE: 16th December 2022
THEME: Leading through Crisis – Inclusive Leadership for Tough Times
The South America-Africa-Middle-Asia Women Summit (SAMEAWS) is an annual programme that brings together, the most influential and prominent women as well as key stakeholders from South America, Africa, Middle East and Asia regions to re-emphasize the critical role of women in the future of developing economies, celebrate influential and prominent female role models who are directly contributing to their development, and most assuredly, confront the inequalities women face and focus on the change we want to see – and create – in the world.
The 10th edition of this summit, which has been held in Dubai over the past 9 years would focus on the theme: “Leading through Crisis- Inclusive Leadership for Tough Timesʼ.
As the foremost convocation of women from the South America, Africa, Middle East and Asia (SAMEA) regions, this 10th edition has the following objectives;
* Convene Think-Tanks, Experts, Academics, Researchers and Research scholars to explore.
* Unique approaches to womenʼs greater influence and impact.
* Get global female business and political leaders to share and adopt new realities, and best practices that would help strengthen their influence and impact in their countries.
* Convene High-Level Roundtable Sessions and Panel Discussions for stakeholders across developing nations to engage and exchange experiences, lessons learned and best practices in developing a diversity of skills and female leadership in society.
* Celebrate some of the influential leaders and businesses across emerging economies, who directly contribute to the community and national development.
Highlights of SAMEAWS 2022
SAMEAWS 2022 shall have the following key highlights:
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Amazons Watch Magazine
The Amazons Watch Magazine is a premier women development publication, committed to continually highlight the giant strides of women from Africa and the rest of the world. The magazine which is published by the African Leadership Organisation (UK) Limited, a company registered in the United Kingdom (Company No. 07435198), has a media philosophy that is rooted in the preservation of the pride and dignity of women through an objective reportage on gender inequalities and social injustices experienced by women while profiling the amazing achievements of these Amazons; for reference, duplication and inspiration to the up-coming generation of women leaders. As the foremost voice for women globally, the Amazons Watch creates a compelling voice and coverage of female-led governments, institutions, innovations, inspiration and legacies, including news making for the unreported and underreported women across regions- through multiple platforms comprising print, web & digital editions, events, conferences and films.
Centre for Economic and Leadership Development (CELD) is a leading human capacity, gender empowerment and development-based organisation that sees itself as a catalyst and thought leader in developing the theory and practice of leadership, social, educational and economic empowerment particularly in Africa, and also the developing countries of the Middle East and Asia. As an organisation currently in special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC) since 2012.
African Leadership Magazine UK
The African Leadership magazine is published by African Leadership Organization UK Limited, a company registered in the United Kingdom (Company No. 07435198). The magazine focuses on bringing the best of Africa to a global audience, telling the African story from an African perspective while evolving solutions to peculiar challenges being faced by the continent today.
The magazine shall continually seek to herald the dawn of a new Africa as the continent of promise and global leadership, championed by people of integrity and resilience who are rising from the challenges of an unpleasant past; thereby preserving a legacy for future generations of our people.
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Website: www.celdng.org; www.event.africanleadership.co.uk