Understanding Girl's GLocal Empowerment: Research and Action to Support Our Next Generation of Leaders

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Angell Hall Auditorium B
Providing an interdisciplinary platform to discuss how we can uplift the world's most vulnerable citizens, young Millennial women, through international research, public health initiatives, and social justice activism. This talk also serves as a media release for the first ever survey results on 'What Syrian Girls Want'.

Are you part of a student organization or aspiring to be a student leader? If so, please also join us on Thursday, March 9th for a leadership seminar with Jin In, "Empowering Ourselves: A Seminar for Student Leaders." More information is located here: https://sessions.studentlife.umich.edu/track/event/session/3352

​Sponsored by the School of Public Health
Additional support for this event is provided by the CEW Frances and Sydney Lewis Visiting Leaders Fund,​ ​Ford School of Public Policy, Women's Studies Department, Organizational Studies, Barger Leadership Institute, Asian Languages and Cultures, Nam Center for Korean Studies, Institute for Social Research, School of Social Work, Center for Middle Eastern & North African Studies, National Center for Institutional Diversity, Institute for Research on Women and Gender
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