|Heure:||18:00 - 19:30|
In our "Dialog International" series, we will be talking to Mary Kategile from Tanzania on November 24 about educational opportunities in Tanzania, with a focus on women and girls. Because in Tanzania, about one in four women cannot read. Mary Kategile is one of the few women in Tanzania who has studied. She has long been committed to women's issues and gender justice.
Date: Wednesday, November 24, 2021, 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Location: online, via Zoom, ► Register here.
Contact and registration: Monika Di Pietrantonio, ► Email.
Facilitated by: Claudia Buess, Head of Educational Events Mission 21.
Language: In English
Mary Kategile teaches theology at Teofilo Kisanji University in Mbeya in southwestern Tanzania, which is supported by Mission 21, and has long been an advocate for women's issues and gender justice. As part of our "Dialog Interantional" series of events, we explore with her in an online conversation the question of why so few girls attend secondary schools and what opportunities there are for women to generate an independent income. What about the sexual integrity of girls and women, and what opportunities for development do girls, but also boys, have in Tanzania? Children and young people under the age of 18 make up a large part of the population and have limited educational opportunities and career prospects due to poverty. Girls often have to work from an early age, are married off early and drop out of school. Only 30 percent of all girls attend secondary school and a tiny 2.5 percent attend universities.
|Lieu:||Online via Zoom|
|Direction:||Claudia Buess, Head of Educational Events Mission 21|
|Coûts:||Free of charge|