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Women, Culture, and Society Class 25 Advocating for Change: Women’s Human Rights
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Organization Introduce reading and author Main Ideas: Introduction The UN World Conferences Diversity, Universality, and Women’s Human Rights Women’s Regional and International Networks: The Case of DAWN Lessons Learned Watch Bread and Roses
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Introduce reading and author Reading: “International Networking for Women’s Human Rights” (ch. 36 in reader) Originally published as chapter in edited volume Global Citizen Action Author: Charlotte Bunch Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at Rutgers University Founder and Executive Director of Center for Women’s Global Leadership at Rutgers Four decades: activist, author, and organizer in the women’s, civil, and human rights movements Numerous high-level awards, including induction into National Women’s Hall of Fame, and selection by President Bill Clinton for the Eleanor Roosevelt Award for Human Rights Co-authors: Peggy Antrobus (activist), Samantha Frost (assistant professor), and Niamh Reilly (post- doc and activist).
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Introduction This article discusses the global movement for women’s human rights that has been of crucial importance to women’s organizing in the last half of the 1990s (and through today). What are the primary objectives of this movement?
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