Have you ever thought of drawing a timeline of your life, from today to your 80th birthday, makes subgoals and list out the challenges you foresee in reaching these goals? If your response is affirmative, then the National Women’s Parliament is the right place for you to be.
The first of its kind National Women’s Parliament is being organized by Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly in association with MAEER’s MIT School of Government, Pune on February 10, 11 and 12, 2017, at Amaravati, Andhra Pradesh. MPs and MLAs from across the nation would be participating as mentors in this parliament.
The NWP has been conceptualized as a non-political platform for aspiring girl students and women from diverse backgrounds like politics, social service, education, cinema to share knowledge and experiences. The vision is to assist the young girls in discovering their potential, interact with their role models and go with new confidence in the direction of their dreams. This platform would initiate a network between eminent women, many of whom are MPs and MLAs (mentors) and girl students (mentees), building into a long term relationship of mentoring, inspiring and evolution.
It is an invitation to all the girl students to meet their role models, ask the questions that they have held onto for so long and get inspired, propelled towards their dreams.