A New Global Agenda for Women: Discussion of 21st Century Challenges to Women's and Girls' Empowerment (2017 ABA CLE in The City On-Demand CLE)

    A New Global Agenda for Women: Discussion of 21st Century Challenges to Women's and Girls' Empowerment  (2017 ABA CLE in The City On-Demand CLE)
    CLE 75 min

    A New Global Agenda for Women: Discussion of 21st Century Challenges to Women's and Girls' Empowerment (2017 ABA CLE in The City On-Demand CLE)

    A distinguished panel will discuss the United Nations’ goals of empowering women and girls worldwide. Panelists will examine, inter alia, 21st century challenges to women’s and girls’ full participation in leadership roles, pay equity, peace processes, and freedom from violence, especially in war zones.
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    Program Chair & Moderator:
    Tiffany Williams, ABA Deputy Representative to the United Nations, Seton Hall Law School, Newark, NJ

    Speakers:
    Roberta Liebenberg, Former Chair, ABA Commission on Women in the Profession, Fine Kaplan and Black R.P.C., Philadelphia, PA
    Elizabeth R. Ouyang, Former Special Assistant to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, New York University School of Professional Studies and Columbia University Center for Ethnicity and Race, New York, NY
    Tina Tchen, Former Executive Director, White House Council on Women and Girls, former Chief of Staff to First Lady Michelle Obama, former Assistant to President Barack Obama, New York, NY
    Prof. Ved Nanda, ABA Center for Human Rights Advisory Council, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, CO


    United Nations Track cosponsored by:
    ABA Center for Human Rights; ABA Rule of Law Initiative; ABA Section of International Law; ABA United Nations Representatives and Observers; American Branch of the International Law Association; American Society of International Law; Asian American Bar Association of New York; Brooklyn Bar Association; Capital District Women’s Bar Association; Connecticut Bar Association; Dominican Bar Association; Federal Bar Association (EDNY Chapter; SDNY Chapter); Hispanic National Bar Association (Region II); Iranian American Bar Association; Metropolitan Black Bar Association; Nassau County Bar Association; Network of Bar Leaders; New Jersey State Bar Association; New York City Bar Association (Council on International Affairs; International Commercial Disputes Committee; United Nations Committee); New York County Lawyers Association (Committee on Foreign and International Law; Committee on Women in the Law); New York State Bar Association, International Section; Puerto Rican Bar Association; Queens

    Product Details

    Sponsors

    ABACLE, Section of Antitrust Law, Young Lawyers Division

    Page Count

    16

    Product Code

    CE1709ANN33OLC

    Duration

    83

    Publication Date

    8/11/2017 12:00:00 AM

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