Members of Sri Lanka's Women Parliamentarians' Caucus are on a study tour in New Zealand, funded by the United States Agency for International Develo
Members of Sri Lanka’s Women Parliamentarians’ Caucus are on a study tour in New Zealand, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The tour started on July 27 and will end on August 5. The caucus consists of 12 women MPs who will meet with politicians from different parties in New Zealand, including former female Prime Ministers Helen Clark and Jacinda Ardern.
🇱🇰’s Women’s Parliamentary Caucus started their @USAIDSriLanka-funded study tour of 🇳🇿 today.— Michael Appleton (@michelappleton) July 27, 2023
Their programme includes meetings with politicians from a range of parties.
Today they met two of 🇳🇿’s former female Prime Ministers @HelenClarkNZ & @jacindaardern. @USAmbSL pic.twitter.com/BQi0qGzzOh
Great to meet up with delegation of #women MPs from #SriLanka 🇱🇰 today. They are on a study tour of #NZ & keen to know about #women's experiences in politics & the economy, & in areas of social policy. Thanks to @USAIDSriLanka @NDI for supporting the visit. @NZinSriLanka @USAmbSL pic.twitter.com/c9LyVKd2GP— Helen Clark (@HelenClarkNZ) July 27, 2023