The Asia Foundation Hosts Panel “Women’s Changing Roles in Asia”
March 7, 2012
To mark International Women’s Day, The Asia Foundation will host a panel discussion at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D.C., on “Women’s Changing Roles in Asia.” The March 13 event will feature a member of the Indonesian Parliament, the gender advisor to the prime minister of Nepal, president of the Cambodian Women’s Entrepreneurship association, and the managing director of the Imam Training Academy in Bangladesh. They will discuss critical issues including gender equality, local governance, conflict, and entrepreneurship. Read more or RSVP.
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