Najma Heptullah interview on feminism and the women's movement in India (video)

Najma Heptullah interview on feminism and the women's movement in India (video)

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Topical Interview
Publication Year
2003
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English (US)

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Prominent Indian politician and feminist Najma Heptullah discusses topics including feminism and the women's movement in India, the effects of the 73rd and 74th amendments to the Indian constitution on women's leadership at the local government and grassroots levels, the importance of women in economic development, and the differences between men's and women's styles of leadership. 

Interview conducted by Aruna Rao. This interview was conducted during Clash or Consensus: Gender and Human Security in a Globalized World, a Women's Learning Partnership sponsored conference of global women's leaders that took place in Washington DC in October of 2003. The event was held in cooperation with The Global Fund for Women. 

Runtime: 00:13:11

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