6:30 pm (Pakistan), 7:00 pm (Sri Lanka), 7:00 pm (India), 7:30 pm (Bangladesh)
Jacqueline Bhabha, FXB Director of Research, Professor of the Practice of Health and Human Rights at the Harvard School of Public Health, the Jeremiah Smith Jr. Lecturer in Law at Harvard Law School, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School
This discussion will explore the grave problem of gender violence on the subcontinent, in its different manifestations, and probe a series of strategies for addressing the problem. Potential policy approaches span a huge spectrum of options, from criminalization and reduction of impunity for perpetrators, to more robust and creative investments in adolescent education, mentorship and peer leadership opportunities.
WATCH: Live via this link http://18.104.22.168/tcs/?id=FA264DB2-A872-47DE-B635-A9237E1B7002
We will be in live conversation via video conference with partner institutions across Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. Harvard University attendees can participate in person at CGIS Knafel, Room K354.
Cosponsored with The Aman Foundation
Read the USA Today article ‘Gang rape, burning of teen stir outrage in India,’ featuring Professor Jacqueline Bhabha
Read an interview with Professor Jacqueline Bhaba in the Harvard Gazette following the Delhi rape case
This webinar is part of SAI’s ongoing live webinar series. Check back to SAI’s website for more information on upcoming webinars for the Spring 2014 semester. See below for past webinars.
Troublemakers: Entrepreneurial Approaches Against Corruption
Innovation in Education: Lessons for Entrepreneurship in Pakistan
Spurring Entrepreneurship: A Case for Inclusive Innovation in Emerging Markets
Bridging the gap, digitally: Video conferences connect Harvard experts, South Asian entrepreneurs