Webster University Geneva Director Clementina Acedo will be one of the featured panelists at the upcoming global forum, “Women of the Diaspora: Gender and Race Discrimination,” the first in a series of upcoming summits on topics related to UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The virtual event on Sept. 18 will explore how discrimination and violence against women and girls has evolved and what can be done to reverse this imbalance. Participants will include government officials from three continents; leaders in business, entertainment, sports, education and the media; international experts on economic equity and women’s issues; and officials from United Nations (UN) agencies.
Registration details and further information can be found at: http://news.webster.edu/global/2020/women-diaspora-gender-race-summit-red-card-pledge.html
Friday, September 18Virtual Event