Also known as summer university or « Summer Institute », the summer university is an agora, a platform for dynamic discussion, where renowned academics and professors holding research chairs and affiliated with the most renowned universities as well as men and women from the world of politics, arts, culture, science, law, business, technology, industry, etc., will ponder over substantive issues that affect the integration of women in the public sphere and the traditionally male dominated sectors, examine major challenges facing women in the current socio-economic and political situation and share their thoughts on the change in moral attitudes and roles assigned to women.
These exchanges and discussions, grouped into seven major conferences and twenty-one themes of general interest will be chaired by distinguished speakers from institutions, universities and renowned schools worldwide.
As women are increasingly playing leading roles on the contemporary political scene, it is necessary to initiate an informed debate on Women Heads of State and members of Government.
The seven major conferences and twenty-one themes proposed by SIFEM are as follows:
Women in the exercise of executive power
Women Heads of State
The place of women in legal decisions and their contribution to the institution of human rights
Women and Law
Women and Human Rights
Women and International Law
Women’s contribution to the Economy, Development and International Trade
Women and Development
Women and Economy
Women and Trade and Industry
Women and Finance
Women and Business
Women and Technology in the 21st Century
Women and Information and Communication Technology
Women and Security and Terrorism
Women and Media
Women and Telecommunications
Women’s support in health and family development
Women and Family
Women and Health
Women and Sexuality
Integration of Women in the context of religious push and Cultural Revolution
Women and Religion
Women and Culture
What role is assigned to women in the field of education? What roles will women assume in future?
Women and Environment
Women and Education
Expectations: Women, future of Humanity