Join the Stanford King Center on Global Development on Wednesday, February 17 for a conversation on women's empowerment as part of the center's ongoing Speaker Series. The discussion will focus on approaches to support gender justice in low- and middle-income countries. How can we successfully build opportunities for women? What strategies for empowering women have worked where, and can these strategies be adapted elsewhere?
The event will feature:
• Latanya Mapp Frett, CEO and president of Global Fund for Women,
• Mozn Hassan, founder and executive director of Egypt’s Nazra for Feminist Studies, and
• Anne Firth Murray, founding president of Global Fund for Women.
The conversation will be moderated by Lisa Blaydes, professor of political science and a King Center faculty affiliate.
Please submit a question for our panel in the Questions & Comments field at the bottom of the registration. If you are unable to attend, and would like to let us know, please complete this form: https://forms.gle/KUqgV8i3QcjpNgDM7