GUERLAIN ANGELINA JOLIE, WOMEN FOR BEES

THE FIRST GROUP OF WOMEN GRADUATES FROM THE

GUERLAIN X UNESCO PROGRAMME

WHICH COMBINES WOMEN’ S ENTREPRENEURSHIP

WITH BEE CONSERVATION

Pictured Left to right: Noëline Raondry Rakotoarisoa (Director of the Division of Ecological and Earth Sciences and Secretary of the Man and the Biosphere Programme of UNESCO), Angelina Jolie (UNHCR Special Envoy and Guerlain muse) and Lindsey Tramuta (Paris-based journalist and author)

Angelina Jolie and the inaugural cohort of the beekeepers of the “Women For Bees” programme on the field

  On July 21st, 2021, Guerlain and UNESCO with the collaboration of OFA and Angelina Jolie celebrated the first cohort of the European-based beekeepers of the “Women for Bees” programme, followed by a private press conference moderated by Lindsey Tramuta – Paris-based journalist and author – live from OFA the French Observatory of Apidology.  The press conference walked participants through the “Women for Bees” programme to panel discussions with the key partners and experts from the initiative to testimonials from the inaugural group’s intensive training to the biggest challenges ahead for bees and beekeeping.

The ‘Women For Bees’ Guerlain Press Conference Panel on July 21st included Noëline Raondry Rakotoarisoa, Director of the Division of Ecological and Earth Sciences and Secretary of the Man and the Biosphere Programme of UNESCO, Véronique Courtois – President of Guerlain, Cécile Lochard Chief Sustainability Officer of Guerlain, Thierry Dufresne, Founder and President of OFA, as well as Aggelina and Leopoldine, two of the new beekeepers who graduated from the training program and Angelina Jolie, Special Envoy of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, and the ‘godmother’ of the Women for Bees program, moderated by Lindsey Tramuta Paris-based journalist and author.

 

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