Transnational Perspectives on Women’s Rights as Human Rights
March 31, 2014
Location: Klyn Hall
Ursuline College and the Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio Present: Transnational Perspectives on Women’s Rights as Human Rights
Panelists from Puerto Rico, Serbia, Ukraine, India, Jamaica and Africa will gather to discuss challenges and issues in the lives of women and girls all over the world, as well as initiatives for hope and change. Members of the community are welcome to Ursuline College to celebrate Women’s History Month and be inspired by the words and work of some terrific women from around the world.
Monday, March 31, 6 - 8:30 PM
The event is free and open to the public. A dessert reception to follow the panel discussion.
For more information, please contact Mary Frances Pipino at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440 646 8112.
Moderator: Ursuline College Dean of School of Graduate and Professional Studies Gina Messina Dysert, Ph.D.
Speakers (from left to right): Usha Muralidhar (India), Michele Steele-Jordan (Jamaica), Ifeoma Ezepue (Africa), Ulyana Shramovyat (Ukraine), Ljiljana Bobinac (Serbia/the former Yugoslavia) and Elizabeth Ramos-Torres (Puerto Rico).
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