Friday, April 9, 2021 12:00pm to 1:00pm
About this Event
This session will consider what it means to organize for gender rights in global contexts in the 21st century during a pandemic. The speakers will feature diverse geographic and disciplinary perspectives, addressing key issues related to gendered power and difference in Africa, South Asia, and among minoritized people in the United States, including the gendered nature of care labor, rights-based activism in the face of rising global authoritarianisms, and the transnational reach of global protest.
Radcliffe gratefully acknowledges the Perrin Moorhead Grayson and Bruns Grayson Dean’s Leadership Fund for Academic Ventures, which is supporting this event.
Nighat Dad, executive director, Digital Rights Foundation (Pakistan)
Jules Gill-Peterson, associate professor of English and gender, sexuality, and women’s studies, University of Pittsburgh
Lyn Ossome, senior research fellow, Makerere Institute of Social Research, Makerere University (Uganda)
Moderated by Durba Mitra, assistant professor of studies of women, gender, and sexuality, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University
Free and open to the public. To view this event online, individuals will need to register via Zoom.
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Live closed captioning will be available for this webinar.
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