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Webinar: the Gendered Impact of Sanctions

Opposing Sanctions from a Feminist Imperative

Join CODEPINK, FEMENA, and Sanctions Kill for a critical online discussion on how economic sanctions have contributed to the reversal of women's economic and social gains and impeded their progress in Iraq, North Korea, Iran, and Venezuela.

Speakers include:

Nadje Al-Ali, Professor of Anthropology and Middle East Studies, Brown University

Suzy Kim, Professor of Modern Korea, Rutgers University

Azadeh Moaveni, Author & Director of Gender Project, International Crisis. Group

Lilia Ramirez, Researcher & Professor of Media, Political Power & Participatory Democracy, Institute of Advanced Studies

Moderated by Medea Benjamin, Co-founder, CODEPINK & Sussan Tahmasebi, Executive Director, FEMENA

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Add to Calendar 16-06-2020 11:00:00 16-06-2020 12:00:00 America/New_York Webinar: the Gendered Impact of Sanctions Opposing Sanctions from a Feminist Imperative Join CODEPINK, FEMENA, and Sanctions Kill for a critical online discussion on how economic sanctions have contributed to the reversal of women's economic and social gains and impeded their progress in Iraq, North Korea, Iran, and Venezuela. Speakers include: Nadje Al-Ali, Professor of Anthropology and Middle East Studies, Brown University Suzy Kim, Professor of Modern Korea, Rutgers University Azadeh Moaveni, Author & Director of Gender Project, International Crisis. Group Lilia Ramirez, Researcher & Professor of Media, Political Power & Participatory Democracy, Institute of Advanced Studies Moderated by Medea Benjamin, Co-founder, CODEPINK & Sussan Tahmasebi, Executive Director, FEMENA Ariel Gold ariel@codepink.org

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