In her book, Jane Sloane (Global Fund for Women's Vice President of Programming) captures the rise of a global citizenship movement.
She writes about the people involved, the breakthrough ideas, and the activists holding ground that have contributed to this momentum for social change. There are many stories of women’s human rights defenders and other individuals and organizations that have maintained the momentum for social change -- and the kinds of programs and successes that have been possible as a result. Jane Sloane also explores what hasn’t worked in terms of women’s rights movement building and activism to claim and sustain their human rights.
Join us for a conversation with Jane Sloane, followed by a Q&A session and reception.