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Pham Thi Minh Hang, Vice Director of the Hanoi-based NGO Research Center for Gender, Family and Environment in Development (CGFED), an IPEN Participating Organization, today met with Swedish Minister of the Environment Karolina Skog in Stockholm. Pham Thi Minh Hang shared the CGFED / IPEN report on the lives of women workers in Samsung Vietnam cell phone factories with the Minister in the context of a visit to the Ministry to discuss SAICM Beyond 2020. 

The 2nd meeting of the intersessional process for considering SAICM and the sound management of chemicals and waste beyond 2020 is being held in Sweden from 13 - 15 March, 2018. Numerous IPEN Participating Organization representatives are participating. IPEN has created a "Quick Views" (اللغة العربية, English, español, русский, français) document for the meeting, which highlights IPEN views on SAICM Beyond 2020 issues such as vision, policy principles, objectives and milestones, governance, high-level political commitment and financing.

For details about IPEN's activities at the meeting, please see this page. For more information (including an agenda, other meeting documents and more), see the SAICM website. 


2nd Meeting of the Intersessional Process for SAICM beyond 2020

14 March

This afternoon IPEN and PAN met with Gertrude Sahler, President of SAICM, to share information about priorities for and questions about SAICM's Beyond 2020 process. IPEN Steering Committee Member Alexandra Caterbow (HejSupport) facilitated the discussion, which focused on highly hazardous pesticides, financing, and women and chemicals. Dr. Meriel Watts (PAN Asia Pacific) and Yuyun Ismawati (BaliFokus) also shared specific information about the loss of life and damage to health caused by the toxic impacts of pesticides and mercury use. 

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