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Tag Archives: Women’s Rights
For the second year members of our staff agreed to attend several of the many sessions taking place during the 59th year of the UN’s focus of meeting sponsored by CSW (Commission on the Status of Women). Hundreds of UN … Continue reading
What is it about a big political convention or a Superbowl that turns guys on? These seem to be especially testosterone-boosting events. I’ve been fascinated by news stories about the excited preparations of strip club owners in Tampa as they … Continue reading
Since publishing our educational packet “Modern Slavery: The Secret World of Trafficking of Women,” we have been gathering stories about its use. The idea is that these stories can be useful to others thinking about opening conversations about sex trafficking … Continue reading
With election day coming up, I have been intrigued by the candidacy of Kristen Davis, the former madam who is running for governor of New York State. From what I can tell from her TV image, she is personable and … Continue reading
This Living Room Dialogue was prompted by “Pray the Devil Back to Hell,” the film by Abigail Disney & Gini Reticker documenting the role of women in ending the civil war in Liberia. In the introductions led by Network staff … Continue reading
Hayato Nakayama, a recent college graduate with a major in international relations and conflict resolution, facilitated this living room dialogue. A native of Japan, he began by offering some of his country’s history as an example of how war leaves … Continue reading