Mar 10 Webinar -- Women's Rights are Human Rights

NYAPRS Note: A free webinar entitled “Women’s Rights are Human Rights” is being held on March 10 at 2 PM ET. Topics will include: women’s participation in politics, violence directed at women, unpaid care workloads, and access to equal education across all geographies, classes, races and ethnicities, ages, and cis and transgender rights. See the flyer below for more information and to register.

 

 

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Don’t miss your chance! Register for a free
webinar with our panel of scholars, entitled:

 

Women’s Rights are Human Rights

Thursday March 10, 2:00pm EST

 

We are pleased to invite you to join us and our panel of experts in a discussion entitled: Women’s Rights are Human Rights.

 

In countries all around the world women and girls are denied basic human rights, from health care, education, political participation, freedom from violence and more. This webinar will interrogate the discrimination against women that continues despite countless legislative acts.

 

Our panelists come together from fields across the social sciences and humanities to discuss issues of women's rights. We will cover topics like women’s participation in politics, violence directed at women, unpaid care workloads, and access to equal education across all geographies, classes, races and ethnicities, ages, and cis and transgender rights.

 

Register today and join us on March 10! We look forward to hearing your questions.

 

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Meet our panelists!

 

Professor Jo Little

 

Professor in Gender and Geography, University of Exeter

 

Co-Editor: Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, A Journal of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)

 

 

Dr. Anne Laure Humbert

 

Senior Research Fellow, Cranfield University, School of Management

 

British Journal of Management Editorial Board

 

 

Dr. Ranjoo S. Herr

 

Associate Professor of Philosophy, Bentley University

 

Member of Society for Women in Philosophy, and Feminist Ethics and Social Theory

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