What the U.S. Can Do to Support the Human Rights of Women: A Conversation

Human Rights First invites you to a special livestreamed discussion in recognition of International Women’s Day on Friday, March 8 at 10 a.m. EST. When the new Secretary of State, John Kerry, took the helm at Foggy Bottom he quipped, “I have big heels to fill.” In President Obama’s second term, how will the United States advance protections for the rights and security of women around the globe? In recognition of International Women’s Day, Human Rights First will host a livestreamed online conversation on what’s next for U.S. leadership on international women’s rights. Featured panelists:

Maria Alexandra (Alex) Arriaga Founder & Partner Strategy for Humanity

Heather Hurlburt Co-founder Leadership Council for Women in National Security

Joan Timoney Director of Advocacy and External Relations Women’s Refugee Commission

Jennifer Windsor Associate Dean for Programs and Studies Georgetown University, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service

Moderated by: Elisa Massimino President and CEO Human Rights First

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Published on March 4, 2013

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