Sept 27 HHH Prof. Ewig speaking on Gender, Race, Class & Women’s Substantive Representation in Bolivia

The Freeman Center for International Economic Policy sponsors the Global Policy Seminar/Workshop series every other Tuesday.  The sessions are held from 12:45 to 2:00 pm in the Stassen Room (Room 170) of the Humphrey School. The next two presentations are:
   
        September 27 – Christina Ewig on Women’s Interests in the Political Process
        October 11 – Mario Solis on the Shadow Economy
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Freeman Center for International Economic Policy, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, presents a Workshop on Global Policy

Professor Christina Ewig
Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Legislating Intersectionally: Gender, Race, Class and Women’s Substantive Representation in Bolivia

12:45 - 2:00 pm
Tuesday, September 27
The Stassen Room (Room 170)
Humphrey School, West Bank Campus

 How much are “women’s interests” represented in a specific policy realm?  Answering this question first requires identifying what women’s interests might be, a task complicated by enormous differences among women. In this presentation, Professor Ewig will share current work in progress that uses research from Bolivia to develop an approach to identifying women’s interests with an intersectional lens as well as an analysis of intersectional relations in the political process.


 
All are welcome!  Refreshments will be served
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