“It is better to work in partnership than to work alone”

New School for Social Research / By Mahnaz Afkhami

Mahnaz Afkhami delivers the opening remarks during a one-day conference in cooperation with the Social Research Journal, entitled “2020 Vision: Mobilizing for Women’s Rights and Eliminating Violence Against Women.” The conference keynote speakers were Shirin Ebadi, Thoraya Obaid, Mary Robinson, and Melanne Verveer.

How are women working to eliminate violence against women in Muslim-majority societies?

AWID Resource Net / By Rochelle Jones
AWID highlights the efforts of Muslim women to eliminate violence against women, as discussed in the recently released report from the International Symposium entitled “Leading to Change: Eliminating Violence Against Women in Muslim Societies.” The Symposium was convened by the Women’s Learning Partnership for Rights, Development and Peace (WLP) in March 2005.

Engendering IT Tools: WLP Partners Share ICT Advocacy Strategies

AWID / By Women’s Learning Partnership
On September 5th, 2008, Women’s Learning Partnership presented a panel at the National Endowment for Democracy entitled “Technology for Women’s Rights Advocacy and Democracy Building. Mahnaz Afkhami introduced the discussion saying, “International movement building in the 21st century and involvement of youth in advocacy will be made possible largely through technology.”

Women and Leadership in Muslim Societies: Voices for Change

The Middle East Women’s Studies Review / By Abby Jenkins On November 25, 2002, the Women’s Learning Partnership for Rights, Development and Peace (WLP) in collaboration with the Dialogue Project of the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University sponsored a forum examining the constraints and opportunities Muslim women face in expanding […]

WLP’s Multi-regional Meeting on Women’s Leadership and Institutional Change

The Middle East Women’s Studies Review / By Balaghi, Shiva On June 7, 2001 Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP) convened a cross-regional, interdisciplinary meeting on women’s leadership at the School for Advanced International Studies of John’s Hopkins University in Washington, DC. The meetings were co-sponsored by the Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies at New […]

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