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"Women and Global Change: Achieving Peace Through Empowering Women, Part II"
This year’s conference theme, "Women and Global Change: Achieving Peace Through Empowering Women" was inspired by the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize winners Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Leymah Bbowee, from Liberia and Tawakkol Karman from Yemen. The peace-building work each of these three women have endured and continue to work on to this day, has set in motion an empowering movement for social, political and economic change. This year’s conference is sure to inspire, educate, and transform how global movements are local movements.
Pre-Conference Kick Off
Girl Rising - Read more...
Girl Rising is a groundbreaking film, directed by Academy Award nominee Richard Robbins, which tells the stories of 9 extraordinary girls from 9 countries, written by 9 celebrated writers and narrated by 9 renowned actresses. Girl Rising showcases the strength of the human spirit and the power of education to change the world.
Watch the trailer here: http://10x10act.org/girl-rising/
Student | Faculty | Staff | Community Participation & Attendance
This year's conference will feature 37 research presentations from 65 presenters that include individual papers and multiple panels. Representatives from across the United States and Texas such as; Virginia, Indiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, West Texas A&M, Abilene Christian University, and Angelo State University will join presenters from Texas Tech. There are a total of five academic sessions, two keynote presentations, a continental breakfast and a luncheon scheduled throughout the day.
FY 2012-2013 Scholarship Winners
Across the Earth, courageous women leaders from rural villages to corporate suites are connecting to solve global problems. The founder of World Pulse, Jensine Larsen, shares her personal journey building an interactive global media enterprise uniting women from over 185 nations, including those from remote regions and conflict zones using internet cafes and cell phones, and shows how we can participate in this ongoing revolution.
Poetry Reading via Skype (Matador Room)