James Chau | The Gender Sessions

Mar 26 , 2021 | Social Good

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Twenty-six years ago, a milestone event took place in Beijing that reshaped opportunities for women globally. The 1995 Women's Conference gained a stronger voice for civil society, and provided a platform for minority groups unheard from before. As Women's History Month draws to a close, our Host James Chau draws on his work in global health and the sustainable development goals, to unpack what the historic struggle means for us today.

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