Clash or Consensus? Session 3: Caring for the Future (video, English)

Clash or Consensus? Session 3: Caring for the Future (video, English)

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Event Recording
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English (US)





Mahnaz Afkhami, WLP President, and Afaf Mahfouz, WLP board member and panel moderator, give introductory statements to begin the third panel discussion.

Zebenework Tadesse, founding member of the Association of African Women for Research and Development, speaks about economic consequences of women's unpaid labor.

Attiya Inayatullah, a Pakistani MP, discusses the relationship between family planning and human security.

Naderah Chamlou of the World Bank speaks about the relationship between gender equality and economic development.

Marian Wright Edelmen, President of the Children's Defense Fund, talks about human security and women's leadership in the United States, and how to make a world that is safe for children.

Clash or Consensus? Gender and Human Security in a Globalized World was a conference convened by Women's Learning Partnership (WLP) and sponsored by the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at John Hopkins University to discuss improving human security through improving human rights in the Global South.

Runtime: 01:13:08


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