Women and the Nobel Prize
A panel of women from across Africa and the Middle East talked about their own experiences as women peacebuilders and freedom… read more
A panel of women from across Africa and the Middle East talked about their own experiences as women peacebuilders and freedom fighters.
Speakers: Lt. Gen. (Ret.) ORIT ADATO of Israel, former commissioner of the Israeli Prison Service; ZAYNAB EL SAWI from Sudan, coordinator of Sudanese Women Empowerment for Peace; SAMIRA HAMIDI of Afghanistan, director of the Afghan Women s Network; REBECCA JOSHUA OKWACI, a journalist by profession and the secretary general of Women Action for Development in Sudan, from South Sudan; RULA SALAMEH from Palestine, JustVision Education and Outreach Coordinator, Palestine, Budrus Producer; MOSSARAT QADEEM, Executive director of PAIMAN ( promise ) Alumni Trust, of Pakistan; moderated by Ambassador SWANEE HUNT, former ambassador to Austria, Eleanor Roosevelt Lecturer in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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