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October 2006
At the launch of the National Council of Women of Australia's new interactive website in Melbourne, Australia, Dr. Tan gave an address on the use of ICT. She also spoke about Project Five-O at the NCW Australia's  75th Anniversary and Triennial Conference. 
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September/October 2006
Dr. Tan was a guest speaker at the National Council of Women of New Zealand's 100th Anniversary Conference in Invercargill, New Zealand, as well as a guest-of-honour during the launch of their Alternative Shadow Report to the CEDAW Committee. She also spoke at NZ's Human Rights Commission's Speakers' Forum in Wellington. 
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September 2006
Dr. Tan was successfully re-elected for a second term as President of the International Council of Women, during the organisation's 31st General Assembly in Kyiv, Ukraine. [Speeches to be uploaded].
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August 2006
The 36th CEDAW Session convened from 7th August to 25th August 2006. This time round, the CEDAW experts reviewed 15 country reports, almost twice the usual eight reports reviewed per session.

The Eighth Session of the Working Group on Communications under the Optional Protocol, of which Dr. Tan is a member, convened earlier from 2nd to 4th August 2006. Dr. Tan was in charge of Communication No. 4/2004, Andrea Szijjarto v. Hungary.

At a plenary session, the CEDAW Committee as a whole adopted a final decision on Communication 4/2004. The Committee found that the sterilisation surgery on the author, Andrea Szijjarto, was performed by state hospital doctors without her full and informed consent and must be considered to have permanently deprived her of her reproductive capacity. The Committee found violations of Articles 10(h), 12 and 16(1)(e) of the CEDAW Convention.



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