International Steering Committee for the Economic Advancement of Rural Women (ISC)
Comité directeur international sur la promotion économique des femmes rurales (CDI)
Comite Directivo Internacional sobre el Adelanto de la Mujer Rural (CDI)
Internationale Stuurgroep voor de Bevordering van de Economische Situatie van Rurale Vrouwen (ISG)
1992-02-26 Geneva Switzerland
26 Feb 1992, Geneva (Switzerland), at first summit meeting in collaboration with F-XF1721 - International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), which brought together wives of 64 Heads of State and representatives of 35 international organizations. Also referred to as First Ladies -- Les premières dames.
In line with 'Geneva Declaration for Rural Women', call for a radical shift in perception of beneficiaries of rural development; assist women, particularly in rural areas, in exercising their full economic, political and social citizenship.
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International Executive Committee, comprising 5 first Ladies per geographical region, meets as 'Working Meeting of Representatives'. Regional committees. Presidency and secretariat rotate in accordance with venue of the biennial meeting.
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