Leading to Choices: Women's Leadership and Institutional Change

HOSTED BY
The School of Advanced International Studies
at Johns Hopkins University
in collaboration with
The Hagop Kevorkian Center
at New York University

PRESENTERS
Charlotte Bunch - Ayesha Imam - Kumi Naidoo - Aruna Rao

LISTEN to the program. (Download free RealPlayer.)

LISTEN to a report of the meeting by Nafisa Hoodbhoy on NPR's Morning Edition that aired on July 3, 2001 in Amherst, Massachusetts.

PHOTOS of the event.

WHEN
June 7, 2001
Thursday
4:00 to 5:30 PM

WHERE
Kenney Auditorium
The School of Advanced International Studies
1740 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC

Moderator Mahnaz Afkhami's REMARKS (10:42 min).

Charlotte BunchCharlotte Bunch (USA), Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Women's Global Leadership(CWGL), has been an activist and author in the women's human rights movement for more than three decades.
LISTEN to Bunch's speech (15:21).

 

 


Ayesha ImamAyesha Imam (Nigeria), Founding Director of BAOBAB for Women's Human Rights in Nigeria, is a leading scholar, activist and proponent of women's legal rights under customary and religious law in Africa.
LISTEN to Imam's speech (16:30).

 

 


Kumi NaidooKumi Naidoo (South Africa), Secretary General and CEO of CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation, is an anti-apartheid activist who has led numerous education and social justice initiatives in South Africa and around the world.
LISTEN to Naidoo's speech (14:20).

 

 


Aruna RaoAruna Rao (India), President of the Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID), is among the principal practitioner scholars specializing in gender and institutional change.
LISTEN to Rao's speech (14:43).

 

 

EVENT PHOTOS

 

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