Inspired by Malala: Muslim Women Discuss Activism, Community, and Islamophobia
Thursday, September 12, 2013
Inspired by the courage of young Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai to speak up for equal rights of women and girls, this panel brings together local Bay Area Muslim women leaders to discuss Muslim women’s agency and activism at the International Museum of Women’s upcoming event, “Inspired by Malala: Muslim Women Discuss Activism, Community, and Islamophobia.”
*IIE supporters will receive a discounted rate of $5.00.
Learn more and register here
Muslima: Muslim Women’s Art & Voices
We’re proud to partner with the International Museum of Women to promote their groundbreaking online exhibition, Muslima: Muslim Women’s Art & Voices. Part exhibit, part call to action—the site features a constantly evolving roster of artists, writers, musicians, and other women from all over the world who are defining their own identities and defying negative stereotypes.
Visit the exhibition here
Mentoring Across Borders: Empower the Next Generation of Global Women Leaders
Monday, May 6 - Silicon Valley and Tuesday, May 7 - San Francisco
Mentoring Across Borders brought inspirational speakers and helped attendees think about how to expand their professional network, and learn how to give back through mentoring opportunities with TechWomen.
Women in the Global Economy: Leading Social Change
Tuesday, May 7- New York City
This event celebrated the launch of Women in the Global Economy: Leading Social Change, the newest publication in the IIE/AIFS Global Education Research Reports Series.The event also marked the launch of IIE’s new Higher Education Readiness (HER) Program.
Webinar Series for the women of Brazil’s “Scientific Mobility Program”
Friday, April 12- Online
Wednesday, October 31- Online