Bondage & Trafficking in Nepal
Live, online viewing and discussion of Girl Rising with Dr. Molly Teas
On October 4th, 2015 from 10am-11:30am Eastern Time, please join Harvard GlobalWE to discuss Suma's remarkable story, and the countless lives and untold stories she represents.
The event will include a live, online screening of Suma's story, a 13-minute segment from the film, Girl Rising. The screening will be followed by a live, global online discussion. For those who will be at Harvard, we will have seats reserved for those who wish to participate in person.
Dr. Molly Maguire Teas, Education Specialist at The World Bank, will participate live online. She will answer questions about the film, bondage and trafficking in Nepal, and groundbreaking education initiatives for women and girls in developing countries.
*Photo provided by GIRL RISING © 2014
Girl Rising, a groundbreaking film...
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For More Information
For more information on the Girl Rising movement and film, please visit the Girl Rising website. To watch Suma's story before the online screening, view Girl Rising, Suma's Story. For background information on trafficking of women and girls in Nepal, the following are a few resources that may be of interest to you:
Human Trafficking: A Global Perspective. Louise Shelley. Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Trafficking in Nepal: Policy Analysis. An Assessment of Laws and Policies for the Prevention and Control of Trafficking in Nepal. Dr. Jyoti Sanghera and Ms. Ratna Kapur. The Asia Foundation & The Population Council, December 2000.