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de l’’UPCI        7ème Conférence                                                                                         ...
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de l’’UPCI                                                                                                7ème Conférence ...
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3rd Edition of Bulletin the 7th PUIC Conference

  1. 1. 7 th Session of the PUIC Conference and Other Related Meetings7ème Session de la Conférence de l UPCI et Les Reunions y Afferentes l’’UPCI Palembang, 24 - 31 January/Janvier 2012 3 rd E d i t i o n , F ri d a y, 2 7 th January 2012 Women Parliamentarians in PUIC Member Countries will meet for the rst time on Friday, 27 January 2012, Friday, in a special occasion dedicated only for women in PUIC 27th January 2012 Meeting in Palembang. In the future, these women ------- parliamentarians hope that this conference will be 09.00 - 13.00 regularly held as a side event of any PUIC Conference. 6th Meeting of the Standing Specialized Committee on Women, Social and Cultural Affairs ------- 13.00 - 17.00 First Meeting of the Women Parliamentarians ------- 17.00 - 20.00 6th Meeting of the Standing Specialized Committee on Political and Economic Affairs 6th Meeting of the Standing Specialized Committee on Legal Affairs, Human Rights and Environment 1 Photos courtesy of Pemberitaan DPR RI
  2. 2. Islamic State of AFGHANISTAN Republic of ALBANIA PD Republic of ALGERIA Republic of AZERBAIJAN Kingdom of BAHRAINPeople’’s Republic of BANGLADESH Republic of BENIN BURKINA-FASO Republic of CAMEROON Republic of CHADRepublic of COTE D’’IVOIRE Republic of DJIBOUTI Arab Republic of EGYPT Republic of GABON Republic of The GAMBIA Republic of GUINEA Republic of GUINEA-BISSAU Republic of GUYANA Republic of INDONESIA Islamic Republic of IRAN Republic of IRAQ Hashemite Kingdom of JORDAN Republic of KAZAKHSTAN State of KUWAIT KYRGYZ Republic Republic of LEBANON National Transitional Council of LIBYA MALAYSIA Republic of MALI Islamic Republic of MAURITANIA Kingdom of MOROCCO Republic of MOZAMBIQUE Republic of NIGER Sultanate of OMAN Islamic Republic of PAKISTAN State of PALESTINE State of QATAR Kingdom of SAUDI ARABIA Republic of SENEGAL Republic of SIERRA LEONE Republic of SOMALIA Republic of The SUDAN SYRIAN Arab Republic Republic of TAJIKISTAN Republic of TOGO Republic of TUNISIA Republic of TURKEY TURKMENISTAN Republic of UGANDA UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Republic of YEMEN
  3. 3. Conference 7thPUIC6th Meeting of the Standing Specialized Committee on Political and Economic Affairs 3
  4. 4. Conference 7thPUIC 6th Meeting of the Standing Specialized Committee on Legal Affairs, Human Rights and Environment 4
  5. 5. Conference 7thPUIC6th Meeting of the Standing Specialized Committee on Women, Social and Cultural Affairs 5
  6. 6. Conference 7thPUIC THE INTERVIEW Assalamu’’alaikum Warrahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. It is a great pleasure for me and for all Indonesian people to welcome you at this beautiful city of Palembang. Please allow me to extend my gratitude for your generous support and attendance at the 7th Session of PUIC Conference. We have come to a historical moment where for the rst time, the Conference of Muslim Women Parliamentarians held within the framework of PUIC. I wish for fruitful deliberation and positive outcome from the Conference that could lead PUIC, as a prominent inter-parliamentary organization, to improve its inuence at the global level. I believe that the representation of Muslim women in PUIC Dr Dr. Nurhayati Ali Assegaf could also sustain and improve our democratic Vice Chairperson of the institution as well as develop Muslims as a whole. Committee for Inter- Parliamentary Cooperation Once again, thank you for your kind participation The House of at this event. I wish you have a memorable stay and Representatives of the enjoyable experience in Palembang. Republic of Indonesia Wassalamu’’alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. Resolution No. 3 - CONF WSC17 on strengthening the role of women in all areas of development in the framework of PUIC is a real concern and meets the aspirations of moslem women in parliament, in spite of many efforts that have to be taken into account in this area.There are still many things to work on so that the interest of women and their role in the governance in our country will become reality. In Africa, our socio - cultural factors remain the constraints to promote women’’s right. Many women are still lacking of their basic rights, including the right for education, access to health, right of citizenship etc. The implementation of this resolution will contribute to the positive change of the women’’s condition and to strengthen their Hon Mrs Hon. Mrs. Keita Kardiatou Korsaga, MP role in our country. Burkina Faso 6
  7. 7. de l’’UPCI 7ème Conférence Vendredi, Les femmes parlementaires dans les 27 Janvier 2012 pays membres de l’’UPCI se réuniront pour la première fois le vendredi 27 ------- Janvier 2012, dans une occasion spéciale 09.00 - 13.00 dédiée uniquement pour les femmes en réunion del’’ UPCI à Palembang. Dans 6e Réunion du Comité l’’avenir, ces femmes parlementairesSpécialisé Permanent de espérons que cette conférence sera la Femme, des Affaires tenue régulièrement comme un Culturelles et Sociales événement parallèle de la Conférence ------- de l’’UPCI. 13.00 - 17.00 Première Réunion desFemmes Parlementaires ------- 17.00 - 20.00 6e Réunion du Comité Spécialisé Permanentdes Affaires politiques et Economique 6e Réunion du ComitéSpécialisé Permanent des Affaires Juridiques, desDroits de l’’Homme et de l’’Environnement 7
  8. 8. de l’’UPCI 7ème Conférence 6ème Réunion du Comité Spécialisé Permanent The English translation into French made by Handewi Pramesti., SS, MA des Affaires Politiques et Économiques 8
  9. 9. de l’’UPCI 7ème Conférence6ème Réunion du Comité Spécialisé Permanent des AffairesJuridiques, des Droits de l’’Homme et de lEnvironnement 9
  10. 10. de l’’UPCI 7ème Conférence 6ème Réunion du Comité Spécialisé Permanent de la Femme, des Affaires Culturelles et Sociales 10
  11. 11. de l’’UPCI 7ème Conférence L’ENTRETIEN Assalamou’’alaikoum warrahmatullah wabarakatuh Cest un grand plaisir pour moi et pour tous les Indonésiens de vous accueillir à cette belle ville de Palembang. Laissez-moi exprimer mes remerciments pour votre soutien généreux et la participation à la 7ème session de la Conférence de l’’UPCI. Nous sommes arrivés à un moment historique où pour la première fois, la Conférence des Femmes Parlementaires Musulmanes est organisée dans le cadre de l’’UPCI. Je souhaites que le résultat de la Conférence soit positifs pour la création de l’’UPCI comme une Organization Interparlementaire éminente ayant la capacité d’’améliorer son inuence au niveau mondial. Je crois que la représentation des femmes musulmanes dans l’’UPCI pourrait également maintenir et améliorerDrDr. Nurhayati Ali Assegaf notre institution pour qu’’elle soit plus démocratiqueVice-Président du Comité ansi que développer la position des musulmans au niveaupour la Coopération Inter- international.Parlementaire La Chambre Encore une fois, je vous remercies pour votredes Représentants de la participation à cet événement et je vous souhaitesRépublique dIndonésie un séjour mémorable et une expérience agréable à Palembang. Wassalamou’’alaikoum warrahmatullah wabarakatuh. La résolution N 3 –– WSC17 CONF relatif du renforcement du rôle de la femme dans tous les domaines de developpement dans les États de l’’UPCIest une préoccupation reél et repond aux aspirations des femmes parlementaire musulman par en depit de nombreux efforts réalisé dans ce domaine, il reste encore beaucoup à faire pourque la prise en compte des interêts des femmes et de leur rôle dans la gestion publique de nos États soit une réalité. En Afrique, les facteurs socio –– culturelles continuent d’’être des obstacles à la promotion de la femme. De nombreuses femmes sont depourvues des droits élementaires, à l’’éducation,Hon. Mrs. Keita Kardiatou Korsaga, Députée à la santé, du droit citoyennetéBurkina Faso etc. La mise en ouvre de cette resolution va contribuer à changer positivement la condition de la femme et du renforcement de son rôle dans nos États. 11
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  16. 16. Weaving Tales on a Songket If the songket were a novel, its gold and silk threads would be the sentences that narrate the life and times of the people of Palembang —— the South Sumatran city where the baroque brocade is still traditionally hand woven on a loom. As a legacy of the Sriwijaya Empire —— a kingdom that dominated Sumatra between the sixth and 13th centuries —— the songket recounts the halcyon days of kings, queens and courtiers.The songket, which originated from the Sriwijaya Empire, was originally worn by members of the keraton and not by commoners. The weavers were court members as well. They made the songket cloth as souve- nirs for palace guests. These days people usually wear the cloth on their wedding day. Likewise, the symbols weaved on the songket chronicle the transformation of Palembang from a trade city frequented by Chinese seafarers to the capital of South Sumatra. One of the rst ever songket motifs, called ‘‘Naga Bertarung’’ (Fighting Dragons), feature the Chinese symbol of dragons. Songket manufacturers have kept up trade with China, but nowadays it is to purchase imitation gold thread as substitutes for the real gold-encrusted thread once used in the days of yore. They buy weathered, old cloth, which than unraveled to pull out the gold-embedded threads.These intact gold threads are then rewoven with new silk threads. Cloth woven with real gold thread, however, is sold dearly at Rp 50 million (US$5,550) or more per piece and are only made-to-order. Meanwhile, the humbler pieces of songket made of silk and imitation gold thread carry a price tag of around Rp 1.5 million upward depending on the quality of materials. Source: Mariel Grazella, The Jakarta Post, 11/23/2011 The motif also inuences the price and has evolved as well to stay relevant with contemporary fash- ion. The design is essential in appealing to those outside [Palembang]. Every year, they come up with new color, design and motif trends. The songket also speaks of the somber divisions within society. House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia Committee for Interparliamentary Cooperation Nusantara III Building Phone: +62 21 5715 841 Fax: +62 21 573 2132 e-mail: biro_ksap@dpr.go.id

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