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65th FCEM World Congress Rome

Monday, November 20, 2017 (All day)Wednesday, November 22, 2017 (All day)

November 19-22, 2017

http://www.fcemroma.org

Monday, 20 November

9:00 - 1:00  National Presidents visit their Ambassadors in Rome
9:00 - 1:30  Steering FCEM, Senate of the Republic, Aula Zuccari*
1:30 - 2:00  Lunch
2:15 - 2:45  Tour of the Senate
3:00            Welcome address to the World Committee, President of the Senate Pietro Grasso

3:20 - 3:20  World Committee, Senate of the Republic, Aula Zuccari*
7:30            Opera Concert The Three Tenors

Tuesday, 21 November
9:30            Ambassadors’ Day, Minister for Foreign Affairs
10:00          Networking coffee break
1:00            Lunch
2:30 - 4:00 Tour of the Quirinale (The Italian President Residence)

8:00            Festival Dinner & Music at the “Women’s Aisle”, Complesso Ospedaliero Monumentale San Giovanni Addolorata
                   Welcome by the CEO of Hospital San Giovanni Addolorata: Ilde Coiro
                   Buon Appetito by the Italian National President of AIDDA

Wednesday, 22 November

65th FCEM Congress, Sistina Theatre

“Women Leadership: the Way Ahead”,

It also aims to share best practices of women leadership around the world with cases of excellences to be used as examples and replication models.

Introduction by Laura Frati Gucci and Marie Christine Oghly
9:30 - 9:45 Welcome address by the Mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi

9:40 - 10:45    Discussion Forum on “Women Leadership: What Works?”

10:40 – 11:00  Networking Coffee Break

11:00 - 12:00   Discussion Forum on “Women Leadership in an Open Government”

Opening up Government is a trend worldwide. Yet, Governments have to be clear about their objectives and tailor the data to be opened to achieve desired outcomes. Open Data has the potential to be a “game changer” in global efforts to accelerate innovation, improve quality, fairness and accessibility of public services, as well as to strengthen Government transparency and accountability. At the same time, Governments use the internet and social media to connect with Citizens, while these use online platforms and new technologies to make their voices heard and participate in public affairs. Social media can engage a wider public in discussions about politic policies and can enable public participation in service design and delivery. This session aims to take stock women-led innovative practices to use open data and social media to promote open and responsive Governments.

12:15 – 1:15  Discussion Forum on “Women Leadership and Politics”
This session aims to highlight women’s participation in politics, with a focus on the present landscape
1:30 Group Picture

1:45 Networking Lunch

3:00 – 3:30 Flags Ceremony

3:30 - 4:00 General Assembly and acclamation of the new President: Marie Christine Oghly

This session aims to summarize the main outcomes of the last 6 years and to lay the foundations for an effective continuation by the new President. Alone invisible, Together Invincible

7: 00    Dinner Gala
Handing over to the incoming President Marie Christine Oghly and the Honorary President of FCEM Leyla Kayat

FCEM Awards to Women Entrepreneurs of the World

Closing of the Congress by the New FCEM President

FCEM is an unique opportunity for corporations to access the fastest growing segment of the economy: women business owners.

Become partner of FCEM will position your organization as a partner of the growth and become a part of a dynamic community of women dedicated to building a legacy of entreprenarial excellence.

Reach an influential market of thousands of women entrepreneurs across the world offering topical and timely information, resources and connections that help propel women business owner to great success.

  • The worldwide network of women business owners.

  • Pioneer association uniting women business owners from the world over.

  • Founded in France and quickly spread into other the five corners of the globe.

Contact Becky Ragan, bragan@nawbo.org, for more information about joining the NAWBO delegation to Rome in November.